|[hatari-devel] Bus Error fault address in 24-bit|
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Hello.See the attached source and binary. It willingly causes a Bus Error by doing "tst.w $ffffddee.w". If you run it with EmuTOS, you will see a nice register dump instead of 2 bombs. That information comes from the exception stack frame.
However, there is something suspicious when I run it with Hatari and ST Mode. EmuTOS prints that message on the screen:
Panic: Bus Error misc=4a71 opcode=4a78 addr=00ffddee sr=0300 pc=0001d330Look at addr=. It is the fault address. The high byte is 0. I would have expected it was ff, as it is specified in the source.
I suspect it is a Hatari bug in 24-bit address mode. It should be checked on real hardware, but unfortunately I have none right now.
One way to test is to use the EmuTOS floppy as OS: - run buserr.tos - see the panic message. Other solution is to use stock TOS ROM: - run buserr.tos: it displays 2 bombs and quickly exit - run SYSINFO.PRG, type F7 for "Crash info" - see the second and third words on the stack to see the fault address -- Vincent Rivière
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