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Re: Building SID
> sid verified to work underneath syscalls - i.e. I can use it (yay!).
> >> BTW wouldn't it be nice to have some interactive command component
> >> (user interface) for the console that starts sid? [..]
> >Have you tried tksm?
> Not until now.
> configrun-sid -cpu=x86 -gdb=1234 -tksm
> /tmp/sid-14508.conf:44: component type sid-control-tksm unknown
tksm is a little tk-based gui for sid. It lets one gaze lovingly at
all the simulation components, and all their glorious attributes.
Those suffering from an aggressive fingertip can even modify said
attributes. This allows e.g. time to be stopped (via schedulers'
tksm is built as a tk script on top of the general tcl<->sid bridge
component. That in turn requires tcl development libraries/headers to
be available at build time. Were those around? Did you run a "make
install" and see the tksm source files be copied over?