Bring up the second cpu. This requires the most recent version of Renode. Signed-off-by: Sean Cross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is an attempt to get ESP32S3 working under Renode. It is a work in progress.
For emulation, you will need to install Renode (use the nightly to get CPU support). Then, run
badge.resc. For example:
Editing Renode Peripherals
Renode supports adding peripherals written in C#. For example, many Betrusted peripherals have models created under the
Since there is no external compiler, it can be difficult to know if your code is correct. In fact, if you're unfamiliar with C# or the Renode codebase, editing unfamiliar C# code can be a slow exercise in frustration.
Fortunately, Visual Studio Code is free and has excellent C# tooling. All you need to do is point it at your Renode installation, load the C# plugin, and open a
<RenodePath>to your Renode installation directory. On ubuntu, this may be
- Install C# for VSCode
- You can refer to core Renode peripherals as examples of what C# code looks like.
Debugging with GDB
When running Renode, you can attach a GDB instance. It runs on port 3333. Simply run
tar ext :3333 in gdb to attach.