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lm32 simulator configuration file question


RTEMS has a BSP for the lm32 which runs on the simulator in gdb.
Based on our wrapper scripts and READMEs, this is how the simulator
is invoked in gdb:

tar sim --hw-device lm32cpu \
  --hw-device "lm32uart/reg 0x80006000 0x100" \
  --hw-device "/lm32uart > int int0 /lm32cpu" \
  --hw-device "lm32timer/reg 0x80002000 0x80" \
  --hw-device "/lm32timer > int int1 /lm32cpu" \
  --memory-region 0x08000000,0x4000000

That works great. When we use lm32-rtems4.11-run, you are supposed
to provide a hw description file matching those arguments.  This is
the file we are using:

lm32uart/reg 0x80006000 0x100
/lm32uart > int int0 /lm32cpu
lm32timer/reg 0x80002000 0x80
/lm32timer > int int1 /lm32cpu
memory-region  0x08000000,0x4000000

This is the invocation and error message:

$ lm32-rtems4.11-run --hw-file lm32_evr.conf hello/hello.exe
/lm32uart: Missing "reg" property
Quit Simulator

Based on what our notes and scripts which I thought worked at one
point indicate, that should work but I just don't see the error.

Since this is based on code in common/, can someone provide some


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