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Le 20/12/2014 00:12, Eero Tamminen a écrit :
I used the area check instead (+ updated debugger tests).
thanks, this looks easier to follow
PS. regarding this change:
+extern void STMemory_Write ( Uint32 addr , Uint32 val , int size );
+extern void STMemory_WriteLong ( Uint32 addr , Uint32 val );
+extern void STMemory_WriteWord ( Uint32 addr , Uint16 val );
+extern void STMemory_WriteByte ( Uint32 addr , Uint8 val );
+extern Uint32 STMemory_Read ( Uint32 addr , int size );
+extern Uint32 STMemory_ReadLong ( Uint32 addr );
+extern Uint16 STMemory_ReadWord ( Uint32 addr );
+extern Uint8 STMemory_ReadByte ( Uint32 addr );
As everything is using the Long/Word/Byte wrappers,
shouldn't STMemory_Write/Read be static?
At one point, I was thinking about doing some macro that call
STMemory_Write/Read, so we could leave it extern for now.