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AHCC_P.TTP crashes with 2 bombs for the same .PRJ file that works from
GUI version and without NVDI running.
I got latest Hatari source and fresh AHCC 4.13
Am Freitag, den 28.09.2012, 12:46 +0300 schrieb Eero Tamminen:
> Matthias, could you check these with latest Hatari and AHCC
> On keskiviikko 06 kesäkuu 2012, Eero Tamminen wrote:
> > To recap, the problem is that when using *both*:
> > - NVDI v4
> > - GEMDOS HD emulation
> > AHCC command line compiler will either bomb when you try to
> > use it, or not give any output (which?).
> > And the problem doesn't appear with AHCC GUI compiler, or
> > if NVDI v4 is removed nor when using ACSI emulation instead
> > of GEMDOS HD emulation?
> > I've now tried AHCC with NVDI v2.50 and it works fine.
> > Next you need to try following things:
> > * Start Hatari with --bios-intercept and see whether it
> > outputs something extra on console in addition to stuff
> > you see on screen
> Please use "--conout 2" option instead (which I added to Hatari
> after v1.6.2 release). And use also "--trace gemdos" so that
> it's clear at which state things happen.
> > * Try whether the issue happens with some other TOS
> > version than v2.06, e.g. with latest EmuTOS:
> > http://sourceforge.net/projects/emutos/files/snapshots/CVS-20120603/
> Latest EmuTOS v0.8.7 release.
> > * Try starting AHCC command line tool without arguments
> > to see whether it outputs then anything / crash
> > * If it still crashes, go to debugger (AltGr+Pause)
> > and use "setopt -D" to get to debugger when there are
> > exceptions, then start AHCC again and check what
> > happens when the crash happens:
> > - Is PC within AHCC or TOS ROM
> > ("info basebase" tells AHCC address)
> > - What instructions ("d" output) and register values
> > ("r" output) caused the crash, was it e.g. NULL
> > pointer access in AHCC?
> You can also use "history on" before this and then e.g.
> "history 200" to see instructions leading to the crash.
> - Eero
Matthias Arndt <marndt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>