MicroTESK: MicroTESK 2.5.0 released

Added by Alexander Kamkin almost 3 years ago

What's new?

  • Introduced new internal representation, so-called MIR (Middle-level [or MicroTESK] IR)
    • Redesigned the constraint generator (for mark-based situations)
    • Redesigned the symbolic executor (for binary code analysis)
  • Unified the directives (alignment, data definition, and labels) for .text and .data sections:
    • Enabled a possibility to define data in .text
    • Implemented new directives: .balign, .p2align, and .option
    • Refactored the code/data allocation logic
  • Implemented a simple instruction-level coverage tracker (experimental)
  • Used the QEMU4V 0.3.4 simulator for running tests


MicroTESK for RISC-V: MicroTESK for RISC-V 0.0.9 released

Added by Alexander Kamkin about 3 years ago

What's new?

  • Specifications: Added the system registers and the related modes
  • Specifications: Added sample specifications of some vector instructions (consistent with RISC-V "V" Vector Extension Version 0.7.1)
  • Specifications: Fixed bugs in the RV64A instructions
  • Specifications: Fixed bugs in the RV32{F,D} instructions (FEQ, FLE, and FLT)
  • Test Templates: Added sample test templates for vector instructions
  • Test Templates: Changed the structure of directories
  • Test Templates: Fixed the Torture-like template (synthetics/rvxxx)
  • Tool Functions: Moved the branch data generators to TestBase
  • Test and Debug: Used QEMU4V 0.3.3 for running tests



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