All versions rely in the same core code, so the results should be the same.
The differences among versions are the programming language, the platform and
the user interface. Source code for all versions can be found at the end of this
Note: From versions newer than 3.1, the only supported platform will
be Java (Jsimured).
Version 3.3 Jsimured (Java Multiplatform) Interactive and Command
This is the most stable version.
It has been developed using NetBeans.
To install: copy
jsimured.jar anywere and run it typing
java -jar jsimured.jar in a console window for the interactive
version or type java -jar jsimured.jar -c < simured.conf > resultado.csv
for its command mode.
The jar file has been wrapped in two exe files for Windows:
jsimured_con.exe. They boath performs
exactly the same way, though the "_con" version always opens a console
window where the messages of the simulator are displayed. These messages and
the console are not necessary for the interactive mode of the program, but
it is recommended if using jsimured in its command mode.
The README file explains the options for interactive and command line
This very same version can be tested as an Applet in the page
Applet of Jsimured (it has somel limitations due
to the impossibility of accessing the client local storage).
Version 3.1 simured (C++ Windows) Interactive
This is the last version using the C++ source code. The core is identical
to the Java version 3.1. The only small differences can be found in the
interactive user interface while the results of both versions are exactly the
There is not an install program, it is enough to download the program
simured.exe, put it somewhere and there you are.
Version 3.1 simured (C++ Linux/DOS/Windows)
This is a version with no interactive or visual interface but with same
functionality and power, since it is based on the same core simulator source
code. The only change is the front-end that is pure text in this case. The
sources can be compiled with the GNU C++ and they are prepared to be
compiled under Linux, DOS (djgpp) or Windows (MinGW).
The program probably compiles in any other platform.
This version works in English and Spanish, but default is English. You can
change the LANG
internal simulator parameter to 1 to enable English language, or to 0 to see