I saw, and tried in the past already, to simulate the Cortex-M0. It does not really matter efficiency, customization and so on, but only the learning process behind a steup for a correct very basic simulation.I was trying to setup a Linux machine, when in the basic steps of the quick guide, I read:
Verilog simulator requires the install of one of the following:
Now, I tried with ModelSim (thinking was like QuestaSim), but apparently the free version (Student Edition) works only on Windows and the code may be more than 10000 LOC, making it not executable.As a student, is it possible to play with any kind of emulator? Are there (even buggy) alternatives for these emulators?Thanks to all
This Stimulator is only available for windows it should be available as a trial version but you don't need to tense about it. You can also use another stimulator for learning but you have to port the simulation script in the simulator. The reason for not having the stimulator in Linux machine maybe just because of professionals because they never use windows to use the stimulators and Linux is the common OS to run Stimulator that is why Linux never suppose to offer a free version for the students. As a Windows user, I always prefer to browse the coursework help for my projects but as a professional, I will definitely go Linux to run the simulator.