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Sorry for the late reply. I think you may have misunderstood the message.
PMOVE TT0,017E8107 PC=0041F1D0
for example means, that the value 0x017E8107 is moved to the TT0 register.
In the meantime the debugging output has been changed, so it should be more clear now.
Also PTEST should be better now. Thanks to Thomas Huth for discovering several mistakes and bugs.
Am 11.10.2012 um 11:48 schrieb Uwe Seimet:
> there are more issues with the PMMU emulation. When running TEMPLMON
> (http://cd.textfiles.com/crawlycrypt1/program/compiler/tmpmn201/) after
> pressing Ctrl-Help (for calling TEMPLMON) Hatari freezes. The debug log
> shows this:
> PMOVE TT0,017E8107 PC=0041F1D0
> PMOVE TT1,807E8507 PC=0041F1D8
> PMOVE TC,80F04445 PC=0041F1E0
> PMOVE CRP,8000000200000700 PC=0041F1F0
> PMOVE SRP,0000000000000000 PC=0041F1F8
> The order of operands looks strange to me: TTO/TT1/TC/CRP/SRP are moved
> to memory locations like $017E8107? Maybe something is wrong with the
> debug output?
> I think TEMLPMON, which is 68030 aware, is a good candidate for testing the
> PMMU emulation.
> Take care