SPIM

SPIM is a MIPS32 simulator originally written by James R. Larus to support a course in compiler design at the University of Wisconsin--Madison. It has been improved and expanded and now exists in several versions. The downloads page contains versions for every operating system. You can choose the one that works on your computer.

  1. Point your Web browser to
    http://spimsimulator.sourceforge.net
  2. Click "Download Spim"
  3. There are several files that can be downloaded.
  4. Download the most recent version that can be run on your computer.