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Hi,

I wanted to share a new version of my Virtual Jaguar modifications to include a debugger. Except the screenshot feature, the new features are programming oriented.

https://github.com/djipi/Virtual-Jaguar-Rx/releases

I do changes and add features for my needs/requirements so it may be not relevant to you at all.

 

The "Allow writes to cartridge ROM" option on and off has been fixed.

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I've just checked and I see only a lot of dialogboxes. Would be possible to move that message to a commandline window?

VirtualJag.png

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Sorry about this trouble. I'm not using the .cof format, only the ELF/DWARF one.

I can check if I can write the message in the command line or the log file.

In the Alpine or Debugger tab configurations, you can also turn off the rom check writing detection, it will not display the message boxes.

In your case, the PC executable points outside the Jaguar address ranges, so a problem may occur in your code or in the emulator.

Could you send me your testjag.cof file?

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Instead testjag attached you can find stniccc jaguar version. It shows the same error messages.

 

Now in debug mode I see only CPU/DSP/GPU code lists. Would be possible to add also jaguar screen?

stniccc.zip

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I have attached a screenshot of what I see.The code is storing a value in the ROM.

I have tried it with "Allow writes to cartridge ROM" option on and off, and both show the message box; with this option on, the code should be allowed to do it without message box.

I will check my modifications in the emulator with the option set as on; in the meantime, you can also check your code to avoid the ROM writing.

 

Regarding the video output, I have to put it back sooner or later.

stniccc _2019-08-11 16_15_14-Greenshot.jpg

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13 minutes ago, dilinger said:

I have attached a screenshot of what I see.The code is storing a value in the ROM.

I guess that rom uses logging option available in Skunk

 

14 minutes ago, dilinger said:

Regarding the video output, I have to put it back sooner or later.

thanks

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