Simon Wistow

NAME

dcpu16 - an assembler, disassembler and emulator for Notch's DCPU-16 virtual CPU for the game 0x10c

USAGE

    # Run an object file through the emulator
    dcpu16 <object file> 
    
    # Run an object file through the emulator and dump CPU state at each clock tick
    dcpu16 --debug <object file> 

    # Run an assembler file through the emulator
    dcpu16 <assembler file ending in .dasm or .dasm16>
    
    # Decompile an object file to an assembler file
    dcpu16 --disassemble <object file>
    # .. or round trip an assembler file
    dcpu16 --disassemble <assembler file ending in .dasm or .dasm16>
    
    # Compile an assembler file to an object file
    dcpu16 --assemble <assembler file> > <object file>
    
    # Run a file and limit the number of instructions
    dcpu16 --limit 20 <file> 

    # Run a file and simulate a 2ms penalty for each cycle
    dcpu16 --penalty 2 <file>
    
    # Allow a program to run past the last instruction that was loaded
    # (therefore allowing programs to rewrite themselves larger)
    dcpu --full_memory <file>
    
    # Run the CPU with a console device mapped from 0x8000 to 0x817f
    dcpu16 --console 32768 33151 alphabet.dasm

SEE ALSO

The Perl modules:

CPU::Emulator::DCPU16

CPU::Emulator::DCPU16::Assembler

CPU::Emulator::DCPU16::Disassembler

The Spec:

http://0x10c.com/doc/dcpu-16.txt

AUTHOR

Simon Wistow <simon@thegestalt.org>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2011 - Simon Wistow

Released under the same terms as Perl itself.

DEVELOPMENT

Latest development version available from

https://github.com/simonwistow/CPU-Emulator-DCPU16