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[Qemu-devel] Mac OS X and QEMU "roadmap"

From: Fabrice Bellard
Subject: [Qemu-devel] Mac OS X and QEMU "roadmap"
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2003 00:27:01 +0200
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address@hidden wrote:
I have been lurking around this mailing list (via the online web view) and
decided to post here. I have decided to attempt to try to make Qemu at
least compile on the Darwin kernel.

So far I have a few files successfully compiling, but I am still a LONG
way from being there. Of course, the dyngen app is intended to read ELF
binaries, and I have almost no understanding of Mach-O binaries at all.

People can check the status of this little (potentially futile) project,
as well as download a tarball of what I have so far at:

OK. I will try to look at that after the next release. On my TODO list I have 3 (or 4) items left:

- Finish full soft MMU mode (almost there, it allows to launch unpatched guest OSes and it eases QEMU portability on non Linux host OSes).

- (maybe, because it is more complicated) add a physical TB cache, so that QEMU does not flush translated code when the guest OS switches tasks.

- add builtin user mode tests for ARM and SPARC targets (I need to compile tests/linuxtest.c for those archs).

- add test "reference" images for Linux, NetBSD and FreeDOS (if someone wants to help on that topic...).


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