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Josť A. Ruiz
10/10/11 11:12
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Cambridge
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#184164 - MCS51 instruction set validation test
Hello,

I am looking for an instruction set validation test program for the 8051 -- one or more assembly programs that test all the CPU opcodes, flagging unstandard or buggy behavior. Something like Zexall for the Z80, though not necessarily that exhaustive.

I have been unable to find anything like that on Google (wrong search terms, maybe). I have examined a few open source synthesizable 8051 FPGA cores but none had the kind of test suite I'm looking for (I looked at T51 and turbo8051 from OpenCores, and the '51 from Oregano). Neither do the simulators that ship with MAME or SDCC.

There must be something like this out there, perhaps as part of a simulator or FPGA core. What would you use to verify a potentially unreliable implementation of the 8051 instruction set?


Thanks!


List of 8 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
MCS51 instruction set validation test      Josť A. Ruiz      10/10/11 11:12      
   Problem With This      Michael Karas      10/10/11 16:35      
      Test bootstrap      Josť A. Ruiz      10/10/11 23:57      
         I know of none      Jan Waclawek      10/11/11 03:48      
            interesting      Maarten Brock      10/11/11 03:53      
            Bare minimum test      Josť A. Ruiz      10/16/11 06:42      
               be careful what you wish for ...      Richard Erlacher      10/16/11 07:56      
   2 cents      Stefan KAnev      10/10/11 21:54      

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