This was originally going to be documentation for but it makes more sense as a blog post. What goes into a boot: qemu.org/2020/07/03/anatomy-of

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has released 5.0. Notable inclusions include a whole slew of ARM v8.x updates including emulation support so you can test things like enabled . We also have our RST doc pipeline working: wiki.qemu.org/ChangeLog/5.0

Find yourself with time on your hands and a desire to learn about the joys of code instrumentation and generation? Google's program has extended it's application deadline to the end of the month. See the wiki for project ideas: wiki.qemu.org/Google_Summer_of

So you want to hack on ? Have you looked at the developer documentation? Now with nicer rendering: qemu.readthedocs.io/en/stable/

We finally got the VHE extensions working in 's emulation last night. A successful inaugural code sprint. This opens the way to testing virtualisation as well.

My talk about plugins (youtube.com/watch?v=wxIF0dvGDu) has gone up on the channel. I think I was moving around too much to keep the autofocus on the camera happy but the slides and speech are clear.

Today I shall mostly be trying to hit all the floating point edge cases I can.

Some of the old VMs I have to keep around to check support on "legacy" builds only have 24 which is playing havoc with my config. I'm slightly tempted to propose we up the minimum build OS requirements.

TIL lore.kernel.org is archiving development and has services for the archives. Time to give another go on my laptop. lore.kernel.org/qemu-devel/

Today has mostly been spent updating .travis.yml configs and waiting for builds to fail. is great for small projects but I suspect is just too big and complex to be comfortable there.

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