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Old 12 December 2002, 21:22   #1
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Debug ?

How can i write the content of the chip ram to a file or save a *tracker module?

Experimenting a bit:

Press shift+f12 under winuae or the debug button under uae you can see the
content of the memory, and even look for *tracker clones.

Example:


>M
Found possible ProTracker (31 samples) module at 0x5b988.
Name "swiv-title", Length 0x20ffe bytes.
>

Then ( from help ):
S <file> <addr> <n>: Save a block of Amiga memory - but what is n?


[ how can i write the module to a file? ]

And also how can i write the content of the chip ram to a file?

[ an example would be welcome with 512 - 2048 kb ]

Thanx in advance.
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Old 12 December 2002, 22:04   #2
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i think n must be the number of bytes to write, so you could write 'S <swiv-title.mod> 0x5b988 0x20ffe' .

I did not try this out but i think this is the way to do it.
 
Old 15 December 2002, 10:39   #3
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Already tried, the result is a 0k file.
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Old 16 December 2002, 00:18   #4
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Maybe you must convert the HEX-values to DEC, for your Example again:
S swiv-title.mod 375176 135166

(sorry, i forgot to remove the <> in my last reply.. but that should not be your problem.!?)

Unfortunately i cannot try this out because the debug window on my computer does not respond to any key... :-(
 
Old 16 December 2002, 00:59   #5
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ok, just found a way to get input into my debug-window..

forget what i said before. you dont have to convert the values to DEC..just remove the '0x' before the adresses.
like this:> S swiv-title.mod 5b988 20ffe
 
Old 16 December 2002, 10:49   #6
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Thank you, i'll try
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Old 18 December 2002, 17:31   #7
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Eek debugging the debug window

Now i discovered another problem with saving files from debug window. it seems that there is a kind of text-conversion on saving parts of the amiga memory.. when i load a saved tracker file with a hex-editor and compare it to the original file always before a value of 0x0a i find an inserted 0x0d. that is not good when you want to save mod-files.
 
Old 18 December 2002, 18:10   #8
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Just use save state files or Action Replay!

Debugger s-command will be fixed in next release...
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Old 19 December 2002, 12:19   #9
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Thank you Toni.

Yes, save state - I forgot this feature!
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