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Old 29 April 2020, 21:14   #1
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memory watchpoint "mustchange" flag persists

When using the debugger


w 0 $100 4 W C


defines a memwatch in write mode which value "must change"


If you delete it and create a normal watchpoint


w 0 $100 4 W


the "must change" aspect persists


Code:
>w
 0: 00000140 - 00000143 (4)  W  C CPU
>w 0
Memwatch 0 removed
>w 0 $140 4 W
 0: 00000140 - 00000143 (4)  W  C CPU
>w 1 $140 4 W
 1: 00000140 - 00000143 (4)  W  CPU

The workaround until you quit winuae is to create a memwatch at slot 1, but still it can be confusing.


using latest beta. I'm sure it's present since a very long time. First time I noticed it
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Old 01 May 2020, 15:11   #2
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Fixed. (and thanks for testing that it wasn't beta related and it was not posted in beta thread )
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