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INMOS T414 Transputer Emulator

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For System 7.0 - 7.6
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An emulator for the famous INMOS T414 Transputer chip released in 1994 for the Macintosh and Power Macintosh. It was later on ported to the PC platform, too. Citing from the Announcement:

This (free) program emulates a combination of an Inmos T414 transputer (with 2M
RAM) and the standard iserver host interface program. It runs on Macintoshes.
(Both 68k and PowerPC based ones.) It needs 2.5 MBytes of memory.

The emulator has been tested on a PowerMac 6100, a IIci, an LCII, a quadra 650
and a powerbook 165.

A "Hello World" binary is included as an example for testing the emulator on
other machines.

The emulator runs single transputer binaries as though invoked using
"iserver -se -sb bootfile.btl". The "-se" stop-on-error flag may be turned off
using the options menu. The other options menu entry allows you to enable
instruction profiling, which counts how many instructions of each kind are
executed and saves the result to a file called "profile".

Version: 1.01a

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Architecture: 68k PPC

Macintosh or Power Macintosh
2.5 MB RAM