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Old 19 March 2018, 06:15   #20
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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen View Post
Same as "more compatible". (but it also depends on CPU type)

But it is already fixed. Also added new command to exit one level of stack frame (ts).

Because stack frame tracking is very useful, I'll try to make it more generic, to support programs that take over the system. (Makes exiting out of any subroutine very easy and quick, without boring manual disassembly and setting breakpoints)
Indeed, easily returning from a subroutine would definately be a massive win!

I sometimes accidently go into a subroutine, and it can be very difficult to get back if you were not prepared.
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