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Old 21 December 2018, 22:08   #1
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Manually trigger a IRQ7 interrupt

Is there anyway to trigger the nonmaskable IRQ 7 interrupt in the emulated Amiga? I have added a such buttons to my real hardware Amigas and find it useful when debugging assembler code. I miss it when emulating.

I figure it could be neat to have a such button next to the soft/hard reboot in the fs-uae-launcher. Alternatively, it could be implemented in UNIX/Linux using "kill -USR1".
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It should be possible to map it to a key like so:
keyboard_key_f10 = action_irq_7

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WinUAE has built-in HRTMon support with hotkey which acts like if it's a NMI or it's an NMI but it doesn't matter: press a button you're in the code no matter interrupt mask.
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