simavr is a new AVR simulator for linux, or any platform that uses avr-gcc. It uses avr-gcc own register definition to simplify creating new targets for supported AVR devices. The core was made to be small and compact, and hackable so allow quick prototyping of an AVR project. The AVR core works more or less perfectly now. The simulator loads ELF files directly, and there is even a way to specify simulation parameters directly in the emulated code using an .elf section.
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