The meaning of them can be found in Intel's specs, easy to google.
Just in case, even for 16bit subset of x86 it can take many years to make an emulator capable of running meaningful programs. The best thing mine runs after 4 years of intermittent development is only a tetris game.
Joined: 23 Dec 2004
Location: Moscow, Russia
It's somewhat chaotic for my liking - for encoding it's not as clear as sandpile, for meaning it's not as descriptive as Intel docs.
Maybe it's just needs getting used to.
And, what is x86reference.xml good for?
Joined: 29 Dec 2003
Location: Budapest, Hungary
I don't exactly see why you want to create a virtual machine. If I was you, I'd first try to run menuet application natively. For each system call (int instruction) your framework will get a signal (in case of Unix systems) which you can handle to simulate menuetOS.
It's only a fuzzy idea, and I don't know whether it works, but I'd start in this direction.
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