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Sorry for not being clear:
I wanted to know what system you are running/compiling Hatari.
I think this might be a platform-specific issue with our implementation of TRY/CATCH/THROW. In no normal case the debugging messages can be scrambled the way they are on your system.
If someone can send me a quick .zip file of the latest Hatari code and maybe a link to a disk containing the software to test, i'll try to do it. But there is still a bug that makes Hatari difficult to use on Mac OS X if emulating Falcon. So i can't guarantee that it works.
Time is a limiting factor too, so i'll need some support.
Am 31.10.2012 um 08:25 schrieb Uwe Seimet:
> Hi Andreas,
>> after some more research it seems i don't have this problem with the unaligned access function on my system. What system and what compiler are you using?
> It's TOS 3.06 (TT). As far as my own software is concerned it's
> assembler code, i.e. no compiler was used. As far as TEMPLMON is
> concerned was just using the binary, i.e. I don't have any sources.
>> It is very strange, that the debugging output is scrambled. Is the text in your mail exactly what was printed?
> Yes, I only omitted some duplicate lines.
> I don't think we can resolve this unless you actually start TEMPLMON or
> the other software I mentioned, so that you can see the messages yourself.
> Take care