A Deeper Look on RISC-V Angel

This week, I had really a hard time with RISC-V Angel. It started with finding the bootloader code from the RISC-V Proxy Kernel, as the bootloader is the primary program/codes that needs to be load up before the main program actually runs. I searched all over the proxy kernel code and Read more…

Interfacing with the Simulator

Continued from last week progress, I started to port the previous debugger code and simulator code into the simulator without the web worker. For the moment, I still unable to find any drawbacks of not using a web worker. Luckily, there is no major modification on the debugger code, which Read more…

CPU Architectures

Witty After experience with Witty features, I found that witty is really a good toolkit to learn how to develop web application, and to have better understanding about web. Most of the details cover from the witty HTTP client, server and etc. had been written by Sumia’s Witty and HTTP Client. Read more…

Working on AEMB opcodes

In my second week, time was an issue. Therefore, I attempted to finish up more this week (my third week) so that I can cover the workload from week two. Generally, I am supposed to finish the opcodes by the end of this week. However, like 99% of the things with programming, it always ends up as an underestimation.
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