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Re: Oricutron 1.0 (EDIT: Now 1.2)

Posted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 9:36 pm
by iss
Updates again!

Download developer builds HERE!
Tested on real machines under Linux, macOS Mojave 10.14.4, Windows 10 and Android.

Short list of changes:

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* Added missing chars (@,&) in monitor font
* Fixed typing upper case chars and syms in debugger window
* Added case insensitive file extensions for GTK file selector dialog
* Fixed loading of rom/pch files in Telestrat mode
* Added 'pravdiskautoboot' option in .cfg file
* Added 'printenable' option in .cfg file
* Added 'printfilter' option in .cfg file

Re: Oricutron 1.0 (EDIT: Now 1.2)

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 6:37 am
by Dbug
Maybe the version number should be changed, or is it still 1.2 :) ?

Re: Oricutron 1.0 (EDIT: Now 1.2)

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:11 am
by Chema
May I suggest that the saving/loading of data arrays with STORE/RECALL not working is quite of an important bug in the emulator, and I think it is not yet solved? :wink:

Joking apart, you are doing an excellent job supporting Oricutron. Maybe it is time some of us jump in and collaborate at least with some ideas and tests.

I'd love to have some kind of remote debugging support, which should not be that difficult to add. But I am sure that there must be many things which could be improved.

Re: Oricutron 1.0 (EDIT: Now 1.2)

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 1:13 pm
by iss
Chema wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:11 am
May I suggest that the saving/loading of data arrays with STORE/RECALL not working is quite of an important bug in the emulator, and I think it is not yet solved?
Can you check if it works now? I think it's fixed.
Chema wrote:
Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:11 am
I'd love to have some kind of remote debugging support, which should not be that difficult to add.
I'd love it too, but help me to understand correctly what are the advantages of remote debugger compared to the internal one? I see one - to have normal console window where we can easy copy/paste data (disassembled code or memory dumps), anything else? I'm asking just to know what are the expectations ;).

Re: Oricutron 1.0 (EDIT: Now 1.2)

Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2019 2:14 pm
by Chema
If done correctly, it could open the path to source debugging from an IDE such as Visual Studio Code.

Maybe an extension to use the OSDK, similar to this https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/it ... =rosc.vs64

At least having the possibility of querying the memory contents and displaying how it changes while running, generating profiling logs (cycle counts between different points), or dumping how the value of memory locations or registers change during an execution.

Well, maybe just for core programmers :)