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SubjectRe: AppleWin updated Reply to this message
Posted bygzsfrk
Posted on02/23/06 07:11 PM

> AppleWin
> [Home page] [Download]
> 22 Feb 2006
> - *** Major re-write of debugger by Michael Pohoreski ***
> . Debugger v2.4.2.15: Improvements & new features abound!
> + Syntax coloring, navigation, execution (eg. step-out), view memory as
> varying Ascii types
> + Symbol maintenance (main, user, source), source-level debugging,
> mini-calculator
> + Breakpoints: conditional on register, profiling + much more
> . See: Introduction to New Debugger
> - Fixed speaker volume not being set correctly at start-up
> - Fixed emulation speed control (was only running at 1MHz)
> - Fixed internal ADC: was flagged as write to memory
> - Fixed internal BRK: only pushed PC+1, not PC+2 to stack
> - Fixed CPU not getting properly reset (eg. SP) on Ctrl+Reset
> - Changed attenuation on AY8910 outputs before mixing: MB: none (was 2/3),
> Phasor: still 2/3

Wow... the changes to the debugger/disassembler are really fantastic. I've been working on learning A2 6502 Assembly so I could use the AppleWin debugger to figure out how the disk access on Maniac Mansion is laid out so that I could provide the information to the SCUMMVM team and hopefully get an A2 driver started. The changes to the debugger look like they'll help immensely.

Kudos to the AppleWin developers!



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*AppleWin updated  itchyNADZ02/22/06 09:49 AM
..Re: AppleWin updated  gzsfrk02/23/06 07:11 PM