The moxie newlib port was just accepted. The GCC port will take a little longer to review, but I hope that it will get accepted early next week. Already there has been some useful feedback resulting in a few improvements. For instance, the moxie libgcc.a now provides the soft-fp floating point emulation library instead of the fpbit one. Apparently it's harder/better/faster/stronger, and other ports are starting to adopt it. See the "Improving Software Floating Point Support" paper from the 2006 GCC Summit Proceedings for details.
On the verilog front, I have what I believe is a first pass at the Instruction Fetch and Decode (IF/ID) units. In order to test these, you actually need real code loaded into the simulated memory. Verilog provides a handy function, $readmemh(), that sucks ASCII hex codes from a text file into a register array (fake memory). The trick is that the input file has to be in a very special format. To that end, I've written a new BFD write-only backend called 'verilog' that generates this hex dump output. So now...
$ moxie-elf-gcc -o hello.x hello.c $ moxie-elf-objcopy -O verilog hello.x hello.vh
...produces a useful hello.vh, which verilog can load directly into memory like so...
module memory(); reg [7:0] my_memory [0:64000]; initial begin $readmemh("hello.vh", my_memory); end endmodule;
I just submitted this to the binutils list for review. Keep your daft fingers crossed!
And this means I'm just about to start testing my IF/ID units on real code.