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Old 26 August 2014, 09:37   #2
Toni Wilen
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Originally Posted by Leffmann View Post
When mounting an ADF as an HD, would it be possible to give it the same volume name as the disk, instead of the actual name of the ADF file?
Because there are ADFs that look like they are OFS formatted but actually are track loading, root directory is bogus with strange volume name.

EDIT: Or maybe it was some other reason because this does not seem to be good enough reason..

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Also, would it be possible to have the debugger display the actual instruction that causes a break, instead of the next one? The debugger always displays the next instruction to execute, which is inconvenient because you have to step back 2 bytes at a time until you see the instruction that actually caused the break, and if it was a branch then you have no idea where it came from.
It does not know nothing about previous instruction unless any break point was active and in that case you can also use H command to see last 10 (or more) previous instruction(s).

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