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Automation

RASP computer will recognize if automatic emulation is executed. In the case of non-interactive mode (--nogui), each abstract tape is redirected to a file. The format of the files is described in abstract tape documentation.

Example

Command line for starting non-interactive automatic emulation:

./emuStudio --config config/RandomAccessStoredProgramRASP.toml --input examples/ramspc-rasp/instr_modif.rasp --auto --nogui
  • configuration config/RandomAccessStoredProgramRASP.toml will be loaded
  • input file for compiler is one of the examples
  • (--auto) automatic emulation will be performed
  • (--nogui) non-interactive mode will be set

After the run, the following output on the stdout can be expected:

[INFO] Loading virtual computer: config/RandomAccessStoredProgramRASP.toml
[INFO] Being verbose. Writing to file:input_tape.out
[INFO] Being verbose. Writing to file:output_tape.out
[INFO] Starting emulation automation...
[INFO] Compiler: RASP Assembler, version 0.40-SNAPSHOT
[INFO] CPU: Random Access Stored Program (RASP) machine, version 0.40-SNAPSHOT
[INFO] Memory: RASP Memory, version 0.40-SNAPSHOT
[INFO] Memory size: 0
[INFO] Device: Input tape, version 0.40-SNAPSHOT
[INFO] Device: Output tape, version 0.40-SNAPSHOT
[INFO] Compiling input file: examples/raspc-rasp/instr_modif.rasp
[INFO] Compiler started working.
[INFO] [Info   ] Compilation was successful.
[INFO] [Info   ] Program was loaded into program memory
[INFO] Compilation finished.
[INFO] Program start address: 0005h
[INFO] Resetting CPU...
[INFO] Running emulation...
[INFO] Normal stop
[INFO] Instruction location = 0017h
[INFO] Emulation completed

Then, in the current working directory, there will be created two new files:

  • input_tape.out
  • output_tape.out