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On 27 Jan 2013 at 22:56, Thomas Huth wrote:
> Am Sun, 27 Jan 2013 16:06:14 -0500
> schrieb "Roger Burrows" <rfburrows@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > I'm adding a PMMU tree to EmuTOS for 68030s. Unfortunately,
> > hatari.exe does not support a real 68030, just a 68ec030. So I need
> > to detect either Hatari itself or (preferably) a 68ec030 in order to
> > bypass setting up the PMMU tree. I tried issuing a PMOVE TC,addr and
> > trapping the resulting error, but it doesn't work for some reason.
> > And if I single-step through with the debugger to find out WHY it
> > doesn't work, the debugger crashes when trying to display or trace
> > through the PMOVE opcode.
> I just created a little test program that executes that PMOVE
> instruction, and it seems to work: I see 11 bombs on the screen, i.e.
> the line-f exception has been triggered. Could you maybe send me your
> code so that I can check whether yours is behaving differently here?
Our messages crossed: the problem was indeed that I wasn't trapping LineF.
> Concerning the crash in the debugger, I think this has already been
> fixed in the development version of Hatari. I encountered one of two of
> those crashes some months ago, when I integrated the 68030 MMU code
> into Hatari, and I fixed the debugger accordingly.
OK, thanks! I won't bother about it (but it will be nice to see a new version
of Hatari released :-)).