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Wine: A Win32 emulator in Linux / Unix
Wine is a Open Software implementation of the Windows API, still under development. Although there is still no 100% perfect emulation of MS Windows, Linux / FreeBSD users can enjoy now VMLAB with a minimum of problems, being able to do a productive work.
Known problems and solutions:
To use VMLAB together with the native Unix AVR toolchain, select Any 3rd party high level language generating COFF as the toolchain in the project file, but no optional build command. Compile the job externally, then run Project -> Build in VMLAB (or key F9), in order to make VMLAB prepare the project for simulation. Note that the external toolchain must produce both, an Intel Hex file containing the contents of the device's flash ROM and the COFF file for symbolic debugging information.
No test in Wine has been performed up-to-date with the ST62 microcontroller toolchain.
Please, report any other problem that you see if running VMLAB with Wine.
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