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Progress Tracker This page was created to track our progress to fully adhering to the COSIL specification and it's Standard API. COSIL (CosiNET) Commands covered in the core specification Command Name Opcode Status Move - MOV 0x01 Supported ... [More] Move (Memory) - MOM 0x3A Supported Move (Memory) - MOE 0x3B Supported in Source Swap - SWP 0x02 Not Supported Test if equal - TEQ 0x1B Not Supported Test if not equal - TNE 0x1C Not Supported Test if less than - TLT 0x1D Not Supported Test if greater than - TGT 0x1E Not Supported Add - ADD 0x04 Supported in Source Subtract - SUB 0x05 Not Supported Increment - INC 0x08 Not Supported Decrement - DEC 0x09 Not Supported Multiply - MUL 0x30 Not Supported Divide - DIV 0x31 Not Supported Shift Left - SHL 0x06 Not Supported Shift Right - SHR 0x07 Not Supported Rotate Right - ROR 0x0F Not Supported Rotate Left - ROL 0x0E Not Supported Bitwise And - AND 0x0A Not Supported Bitwise Or - BOR 0x0B Not Supported Bitwise Xor - XOR 0x0C Not Supported Bitwise Not - NOT 0x0D Not Supported Jump - JMP 0x10 Supported Call - CLL 0x11 Supported Return - RET 0x12 Supported Jump if true - JMT 0x13 Not Supported Jump if false - JMF 0x14 Not Supported Call if true - CLT 0x17 Not Supported Call if false - CLF 0x18 Not Supported Push - PSH 0x20 Not Supported Pop - POP 0x21 Not Supported IO Functions 0x24 - 0x29 COSMOS Version Only Software Interrupt - SWI 0x2A Not Supported Kernel Interrupt - KEI 0x2B Supported - for API functions see below stdlib (CosiNet) Command Name KEI Para Method Code (if applicable) Status Write to stdout (char) 0x01 0x01 Supported Write to stdout (string) 0x01 0x02 Supported Read from stdin (char) 0x01 0x03 Supported in Source Read from stdin (string) 0x01 0x04 Supported in Source SCALP All commands in the specification are supported. If you encounter issues please report them in the issue tracker above. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
Progress Tracker This page was created to track our progress to fully adhering to the COSIL specification and it's Standard API. COSIL (CosiNET) Commands covered in the core specification Command Name Opcode Status Move - MOV 0x01 ... [More] Supported Move (Memory) - MOM 0x3A Supported Move (Memory) - MOE 0x3B Supported in Source Swap - SWP 0x02 Not Supported Test if equal - TEQ 0x1B Not Supported Test if not equal - TNE 0x1C Not Supported Test if less than - TLT 0x1D Not Supported Test if greater than - TGT 0x1E Not Supported Add - ADD 0x04 Supported in Source Subtract - SUB 0x05 Not Supported Increment - INC 0x08 Not Supported Decrement - DEC 0x09 Not Supported Multiply - MUL 0x30 Not Supported Divide - DIV 0x31 Not Supported Shift Left - SHL 0x06 Not Supported Shift Right - SHR 0x07 Not Supported Rotate Right - ROR 0x0F Not Supported Rotate Left - ROL 0x0E Not Supported Bitwise And - AND 0x0A Not Supported Bitwise Or - BOR 0x0B Not Supported Bitwise Xor - XOR 0x0C Not Supported Bitwise Not - NOT 0x0D Not Supported Jump - JMP 0x10 Supported Call - CLL 0x11 Supported Return - RET 0x12 Supported Jump if true - JMT 0x13 Not Supported Jump if false - JMF 0x14 Not Supported Call if true - CLT 0x17 Not Supported Call if false - CLF 0x18 Not Supported Push - PSH 0x20 Not Supported Pop - POP 0x21 Not Supported IO Functions 0x24 - 0x29 COSMOS Version Only Software Interrupt - SWI 0x2A Not Supported Kernel Interrupt - KEI 0x2B Supported - for API functions see below stdlib (CosiNet) Command Name KEI Para Method Code (if applicable) Status Write to stdout (char) 0x01 0x01 Supported Write to stdout (string) 0x01 0x02 Supported Read from stdin (char) 0x01 0x03 Supported in Source Read from stdin (string) 0x01 0x04 Supported in Source SCALP All commands in the specification are supported. If you encounter issues please report them in the issue tracker above. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago
The latest version of CosiNet. Choose from COSIL for Windows or Phosphorus IDE for Windows. Phosphorus includes a version of SCALP for developers (includes the .pdb file) It is recommended, but not essential that COSIL for Windows is installed ... [More] before Phosphorus for Windows is installed. The linux version is just the runtime. It's package name is "cosinet-vm" and to run a cosil raw binary (.crb) simply use the command cosil in any terminal instance. To install it simply download and do dpkg -i CosiNet.deb as root in a terminal. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
The latest version of CosiNet. Choose from COSIL for Windows or Phosphorus IDE for Windows.Phosphorus includes a version of SCALP for developers (includes the .pdb file)It is recommended, but not essential that COSIL for Windows is installed before ... [More] Phosphorus for Windows is installed.The linux version is just the runtime. It's package name is "cosinet-vm" and to run a cosil raw binary (.crb) simply use the command cosil in any terminal instance. To install it simply download and do dpkg -i CosiNet.deb as root in a terminal. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
The latest version of CosiNet. Choose from COSIL for Windows or Phosphorus IDE for Windows.Phosphorus includes a version of SCALP for developers (includes the .pdb file)It is recommended, but not essential that COSIL for Windows is installed before ... [More] Phosphorus for Windows is installed.The linux version is just the runtime. It's package name is "cosinet-vm" and to run a cosil raw binary (.crb) simply use the command cosil <filename> in any terminal instance. To install it simply download and do dpkg -i CosiNet.deb as root in a terminal. [Less]
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The latest version of CosiNet. Choose from COSIL for Windows or Phosphorus IDE for Windows. Phosphorus includes a version of SCALP for developers (includes the .pdb file) It is recommended, but not essential that COSIL for Windows is installed ... [More] before Phosphorus for Windows is installed. The linux version is just the runtime. It's package name is "cosinet-vm" and to run a cosil raw binary (.crb) simply use the command cosil <filename> in any terminal instance. To install it simply download and do dpkg -i CosiNet.deb as root in a terminal. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
The latest version of CosiNet. Choose from COSIL for Windows or Phosphorus IDE for Windows.Phosphorus includes a version of SCALP for developers (includes the .pdb file)It is recommended, but not essential that COSIL for Windows is installed before ... [More] Phosphorus for Windows is installed.The linux version is just the runtime. It's package name is "cosinet-vm" and to run a cosil raw binary (.crb) simply use the command cosil in any terminal instance. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
Check out our new compatibility/progress tracker here Progress Tracker echo "We now support Linux, download the .deb from under downloads above" Welcome Hello and a very warm welcome to the CosiNet Codeplex! Read on below to find out what CosiNet ... [More] is and what we are working on... What is CosiNet? CosiNet is an open source implementation of the COSIL Specification in the form of a .net library that can be hooked and used to easily create your own COSIL VM. CosiNet includes SCALP - Simple Cosil Assembler Library Packages to compile COSIL Assembler down into COSIL bytecode.Further Reading - For the full specification and more about what COSIL is read this: What is COSIL? It's free and open source, why? Because the specification itself is free and open source so we saw no reason why an implementation of the standard shouldn't be either. It is also because I strongly believe in the cause of free and open source software to help better the world. Sounds great, can I help out? Yes, we require a loyal C# developer with WinForms experience to help build our IDE "Phosphorus". They must be prepared to make their first commit within 2 weeks to prove they will actually work on the project. Contact is maintained through the Discussion board above, which also serves to keep things transparent. When can I download it? You can download the source now. But if you want to wait for a compiled version then you'll have to wait until the current implementation is mostly stable before it will be posted. But do check back soon for news on the project which will be displayed below! Project News CosiNet now on ohloh (25/07/2013) We're now on ohloh at https://www.ohloh.net/p/cosinet, feel free to come on over and stare at the stats [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by melikesPCcheese
Check out our new compatibility/progress tracker here Progress Tracker echo "We now support Linux, download the .deb from under downloads above" Welcome Hello and a very warm welcome to the CosiNet Codeplex! Read on below to find out what CosiNet ... [More] is and what we are working on... What is CosiNet? CosiNet is an open source implementation of the COSIL Specification in the form of a .net library that can be hooked and used to easily create your own COSIL VM. CosiNet includes SCALP - Simple Cosil Assembler Library Packages to compile COSIL Assembler down into COSIL bytecode.Further Reading - For the full specification and more about what COSIL is read this: What is COSIL? It's free and open source, why? Because the specification itself is free and open source so we saw no reason why an implementation of the standard shouldn't be either. It is also because I strongly believe in the cause of free and open source software to help better the world. Sounds great, can I help out? Yes, we require a loyal C# developer with WinForms experience to help build our IDE "Phosphorus". They must be prepared to make their first commit within 2 weeks to prove they will actually work on the project. Contact is maintained through the Discussion board above, which also serves to keep things transparent. When can I download it? You can download the source now. But if you want to wait for a compiled version then you'll have to wait until the current implementation is mostly stable before it will be posted. But do check back soon for news on the project which will be displayed below! Project News CosiNet now on ohloh (25/07/2013) We're now on ohloh at https://www.ohloh.net/p/cosinet, feel free to come on over and stare at the stats [Less]