PCx86 CPU Component
Defines all the properties required for the CPU component to initialize, along with any optional CPU-related UI bindings.
- model (optional; default is 8088; supported values include: 8086, 8088, 80186, 80286, and 80386)
- Defines the CPU model, adjusting the CPU’s capabilities accordingly.
- stepping (optional; if specified, it should be a 2-character string, such as “A0” or “B1”)
- Defines the CPU stepping, adjusting the CPU’s capabilities accordingly.
- Currently supported only on the 80386 model.
- cycles (optional; default is 4772727)
- multiplier (optional; default is 1)
- Provides an easy way to multiply the default CPU speed.
- autoStart (optional)
- This can be set to “true” or “false” to explicitly control whether or not the machine starts running automatically. If this parameter is omitted, the machine will autostart only if no Debugger component is included and no Run button is defined.
Also supports the attributes of Component. The id attribute is optional, since machines currently support only one CPU component.
- For use with a control of type button, to start/stop the CPU.
- For use with a control of type button, to reset the CPU. This binding actually belongs to the Computer component, because every component is reset, but the CPU offers the binding for convenience.
- For use with any control with an textContent property, to display the current CPU speed.
- For use with a control of type button, to increase the CPU speed.
- AX, BX, CX, DX, SP, BP, SI, DI, CS, DS, SS, ES, PC, PS, C, P, A, Z, S, T, I, D, O
- For use with any control with an textContent property, to display the corresponding register’s contents.
<cpu id="cpu8088" model="8088" autoStart="true"> <control type="button" class="input" binding="run">Run</control> </cpu>
<div id="..." class="pc-cpu pc-component" style=""> <div class="pc-container" style=""> <div class="pcx86-cpu" data-value="id:'...',name:'...',model:'...',cycles:'...',multiplier:'...',autoStart:'...'"> </div> </div> </div>
Also, if any controls are defined, another <div> of class=”pc-controls” is created in the container <div>, with each control inside a <div> of class=”pc-control”.
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