The principle is to generate two h2 database file, one from executing qemu, one from executing riscv-simulator

  1. Go to /Users/peter/workspace/riscv-simulator/src/test/resources/hk/quantr/riscv_simulator/elf/timer
  2. make run , then you have cpu.log
  3. run “java -jarĀ  ~/workspace/qemu-log-panel/target/qemu-log-panel-1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar -f cpu.log -t” to convert cpu.log to, which is the h2 database file
  4. Setup riscv-simulator as

5. run it, then you got the “” in riscv-simulator folder

6. Now you can run the qemu-log-panel

Then you see this