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    SubjectRe: [off-topic] Fully virtualisable CPUs
    ulmo@q.net wrote:
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    > It seems to me trivial to have a little virtualisable module which
    > simply picked up an instruction, examined it for whether it was trying
    > to get a report on CPU state, and then recoded the instructions to do
    > the CPU state manually, and at the end of the code piece jump back
    > into the little just-in-time-interpreting-reassembler for the next
    > instruction.

    Apparently this is what Boch (sp?) is all about. There's an article
    in the LJ about it.

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