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On maanantai 15 huhtikuu 2013, Nicolas Pomarède wrote:
> On 14/04/2013 22:56, Douglas Little wrote:
> > Hi, I have a question about the debugger. How can it be configured to
> > wake up when an exception occurs in the emulated program? e.g. a bus
> > error.
> I'm not sure the debugger can breakpoint on exception for now.
There's the exception debugging option "-D", but that catches only
few of the possible exceptions and isn't implemented for the WinUAE
CPU core, just for the old UAE one.
> But as any exception will fetch its vector from ram and jump to the
> corresponding handler, you can put a breakpoint at the start of this
> For example, bus error address is at $8, and is 02fc0b0a for tos 1.04.
> So "b pc=$fc0b0a" will break on a bus error.
Plain PC address breakpoints can be set just with:
If one wants to catch also exception vector changes, one could use:
If one just wants to see what caused them, one could use:
b pc=($8) :trace
To see N instructions preceeding calling PC address given at $8.