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Subject: RE: GSOC: Arm Emulator

RE: GSOC: Arm Emulator

From: Mike Giacomelli <giac2000_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 07:47:22 -0700

> I am interested in working on an ARM emulator as part of Google Summer> of Code. I am going to look at SkyEye to potentially use as a starting> point, but I am interested to hear if anyone knows of another ARM> emulator that might be better.

QEMU, Skyeye, Armulator are all possible choices. IMO it comes down to
whichever looks like it'd be easiest to integrate.

> Also, does anyone have any suggestions> for which device might be the best/easiest to try to emulate first?> Maybe one with simple hardware, or really good documentation.

Pick a device thats relatively easy for you to get. A Portaly Player
device such as an older Ipod or Sansa or an AMS device (newer Sansa)
might be good choices. PP is not not documented, but its relatively
simple and extensively reverse engineered. AMS is well documented
but theres less reverse engineering done so you may find suprises.
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Received on 2010-03-19


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