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Old 15 May 2019, 11:25   #41
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On the A500 you could attach something to the expansion port that replaced the entire CPU with an emulated one, with full debug capability. Like an Action Replay it could see all the custom registers and anything written to RAM as well.

Well, really just an Action Replay with a USB or serial port would be enough. I wonder how feasible it is.
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Old 20 May 2019, 12:24   #42
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I quite enjoyed this beginners introduction to 68k asm:
http://mrjester.hapisan.com/04_MC68/
Thanks for the link .

A cool reading that allowed me to begin to fill some of the holes that others reading began to dig/raise in my 68k learning process .
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Old 23 May 2019, 10:15   #43
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Ah, that'd be the holy grail really.
I love the WinUAE debugger, but source level debugging would be the bee's knees.
What's diference between the actual debugger and a source level debugger ??
one debug from the memory and the other from the source code ??
Is there a doc about the winuae debugger ??
Sorry for noob question and since i made this thread

i didn't have the time to have a look about it.
But i hope i'll have very soon.


By the way thank you guys !!!
More coders the amiga will have more the scene will be alive !!!
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Old 23 May 2019, 12:14   #44
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What's diference between the actual debugger and a source level debugger ??
A basic debugger just disassembles the machine code and shows you that. So you don't get the comments and the formatting from your source code, and sometimes the disassembly is wrong too (e.g. it mistakes data for code).

With a source level debugger you can step through lines in your source code so it's much easier to see what is happening and fix problems.
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Old 19 August 2019, 13:37   #45
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While searching for something else, found this article @turrican3.
I you want to read it...
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While searching for something else, found this article @turrican3.
I you want to read it...
Are all of the Amiga Format magazines available online?

Does anyone know where... I have big respect for Dave Jones and I'd love to read that series.
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All, I don't know. But some can be found : http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?...79#post1334479
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Are all of the Amiga Format magazines available online?

Does anyone know where... I have big respect for Dave Jones and I'd love to read that series.
All seven issues of Amiga Format featuring Dave Jones' series is in the zone now.
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All seven issues of Amiga Format featuring Dave Jones' series is in the zone now.
Nice one!
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Note that these are all also on archive.org for those who want a more 'permanent' source. But still nice to see them in the Zone
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Happy that this reading I pointed to was also useful for others and not only for turrican 3
Thanks for putting it in the zone LongLifeA1200.

Now hope that turrican3 had a look at it
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How does one go about getting access to The Zone to read these articles? The link above says that I am trying to access a restricted area?
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How does one go about getting access to The Zone to read these articles? The link above says that I am trying to access a restricted area?
click on "Rules & Help" on the top of the page
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Got it. Awesome. Thanks!
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