MIT provides MULTICS source and documentation

Cameron Kaiser spectre at floodgap.com
Mon Nov 12 16:29:48 CST 2007


> > Probably the simplest thing would be to make a CPU emulator, and run it in
> > that. Then you can be totally architecturally agnostic.
> >
> > Performance, of course, would suck.
> 
> Why on earth would performance suck?  The original hardware was dog 
> slow, by todays standards.

Well, that's what I mean. For 'suck' it would require considerably more
cycles per emulated instruction. On today's hardware it would scream,
but remember that you're talking to someone who emulates a 6502 on a 6502 :)

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