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Old 28 September 2020, 14:18   #1
mcgeezer
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Winuae Debugger - Profile commands?

I guess a question for Toni.

When debugging I clear a low memory address in my routines (like clr.w $100.w), to enable the watch point I need to go into the debugger and do a "w 0 100 2 W ALL"

Is it possible to have the debugger profile/preload a set of commands at exec time? This is so that I wouldn't have to keep setting the watch point in the debugger and it would speed dev time up by quite a bit.

I apologise upfront if this is in the documentation > if so then just ping me a link to it and I will read up.

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Old 02 October 2020, 20:59   #2
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No but you can use uae-configuration api to send debugger commands directly from your program. Check uae-configuration and its source (included with 32-bit winuae zip).

I don't think this can be done in generic enough due to Amiga being multitasking.
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