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Old 22 February 2016, 09:24   #1
selco
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Disable Taskswitching in WinUAE-Debugger

Hi,
I am following a prgram in the debugger and after some time it seems a task switch happens.
Is there a way to do manually Disable() and re-Enable(), maybe by writing to Custom registers?

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Old 22 February 2016, 11:20   #2
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Debugger is too low level feature to understand exec task switching but if you only need to temporarily switch off interrupts without using exec: clear bit 14 of INTENA (move.w #$4000,$dff09a or something similar) to disable it and set bit 14 to enable interrupts (move.w #$c000,$dff09a)

btw, don't use this in production code, always check first if interrupts were originally enabled before re-enabling them.
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Old 22 February 2016, 13:40   #3
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Thanks Toni. You suggestion solves the issue.

W $dff09a $4000.w # disable
W $dff09a $C000.w # enable
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