1) Debugger now loads symbols (-p "symbol.sym" on the command line). SNASM format.
2) Source now builds under VS2005
3) Updated Debugger to allow disassembly view movement.
Page up/down, line up/down now moves disassembly view
SHIFT+Page up/down, line up/down now moves memory dump view
4) Dump of most of the hardware registers
5) Added a menu switch for undocumented opcodes. They are now OFF by default....
6) Added a scrollable BAR to the disassembly view to allow the placement of breakpoints and nicer navigation
7) New debugger keys:
Cursor Up/Down Move user bar
Page Up/Down page disassembly up/down
Shift + Cursor Up/Down Move memory dump up/down a line
Shift + Page Up/Down page memory dump up/down
B Set Break point at current user bar address
Shift + B Set Break point at address/symbol
Enter Step a single instruction. If JSR/Branch then follow if need be.
Space Place a breakpoint after current instruction and RUN.
Cursor Right If user bar is on a JSR/JMP, then read address and set window address to that.
Cursor Left If CursorRight has been used, then pop last address off and reset window.
M Set Memory window address
G Set Disassembly window address
Monday, April 09, 2007
I've finished updating the debugger with everything I wanted (for now), and it feels pretty good now - kinda like the old debugggers we used to have in the old days when we used PDS (a remote PC to C64/Amiga/ST/etc. devkit). I've listed all the new changes below, and the only thing missing as I said yesterday is a watch window, which I could get by without for now.
Posted by Mike at 8:26 pm