{{Infobox BSP |BSP_name = GDB C4x Simulator c4xsim |Manufacturer = GNU |image = |caption = optional image caption |Board_URL = http:/ |Architecture = tic4x Architecture |CPU_model = C30, C31, C32 |Monitor = uBoot, uMon |Simulator = Yes |Aliases = None |RAM = Unspecified |NVMEM = 32 MB Flash, 16 KB EEPROM |Serial = one. UART part name. |NICs = one. NIC part name. |Other = anything else you need to say }}

The c3xsim and c4xsim BSPs are build variants from the same source base. Both use only the on-CPU hardware of the CPU model that the BSP is compiled for. This BSP was used extensively to develop and test the C4x port of RTEMS using a simulator in gdb. Unfortunately, this target architecture is no longer actively supported in the GNU tools. Thus the RTEMS project has not been able to actively maintain or test this BSP.

The tic4x architecture is interesting from an RTEMS maintenance perspective because it is not byte-addressable.

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