|Re: [hatari-devel] Debugger features ideas/wishes|
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I agree 100% with your comments: both on how things could be a lot nicer, and
also how invaluable the debugger already is. Some other things to throw in:
(1) For casual and semi-casual users like me, a graphical interface (like I'm
used to with the DevPac debugger / XDEBUG) is much easier to handle. I know
that the scripting stuff built-in is very powerful, but I almost never use it
because it's complicated.
(2) I really like being able to break when things are modified (although I
often try to use the 'b' command when I should be using the 'a' command,
another mildly-confusing part of the debugger).
(3) There have been times when I wished that I could break when a memory
location is read from or written to ('b' only works for the latter if the
value changes). But that's a low-priority request compared to Miro's
But I'll repeat that the debugger is really invaluable as it is, and many
thanks to the Hatari folk for providing it!