Recently, we have ported QSIM to Windows running Allegro CL. Unfortunately, we have not had the resources required to modify the code that is used to display the results of a QSIM simulation for Windows. (Currently, we use an X-windows program to display the results under Unix.) The good news is that there is a work around. While the work around is less than ideal, it should be adequate. To display the results, you will need to obtain a copy of ghostview for the PC. Ghostview is a graphical front-end to the ghostscript program. You need to obtain and install both programs. These programs can be obtained from
ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/simtelnet/win95/print/I believe that you need to obtain all of the following files: gs403fn1.zip, gs403ini.zip, gs403w32.zip, gsview21.zip.
Once ghostview is installed, you can display the results by routing them to a postscript file. The version for the PC has already been set-up to force this to happen. When entering the display program (qsim-display). You will be prompted for a file name that will be used to store the displays. After you select the information that you wish to see (e.g. the behavior tree and a variety of behavior plots), you must exit qsim-display by selecting Q and then you can look at the results by starting ghostview and viewing the file in which the results were stored. Unfortunately, at this point you need to view the pages sequentially (i.e. starting at page 1 and then moving through the page numbers). You are currently unable to jump around as you normally are able to do with ghostview and a postscript file. (This is because the postscript file does not have certain markers required to navigate in this manner.) If you wish to view additional plots, then you can restart qsim-display, send them to the same file, and then refresh the display within the ghostview program.