Project Reference: A “Modern Day” Z80 Hardware Emulator

I’ve been swapping emails with different people that are designing, or have designed and constructed various Z80 projects.  In particular, Chris Jones of Poland.  His web site is here.  In particular, I ran across his post on successfully using the sd-reader library here.  His post is one of a few that re-inspired me to investigate the sd-reader library.

Something Chris mentioned was the GODIL, which is a “modern day” Z80 hardware emulator.  He writes “It was developed by some people on the BBC Micro forum at http://www.stardot.org.uk/ and also exists in versions supporting the 6502 and 6809. It supports the usual monitor-type commands, disassembly and so on, all while acting as a Z80 in your circuit.

Many thanks to Chris.

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