Lorenzo J. Lucchini
Some time ago, I wrote a Z80 simulator+debugger for helping me debug an operating system I was trying to write.
While I set up a SourceForge account for the thing and uploaded it to CVS, I never released the program.
Now I've looked at it again and found that it does have some fairly useful features that I haven't found in other debuggers, even though, well, it's full of bugs.
Anyone interested can find a fresh 0.1.0 release at http://www.sf.net/projects/z80sim .
If you don't understand how to make it do anything, please don't think twice and ask me about it on the forum, since the documentation is almost non-existent.
The simulator was written specifically to be used with SDCC, and it supports (at least attempts to):
- breakpoints ('complex' expression allowed)
- watchpoints (as above)
- memory protection (using special commands in the source code)
- symbolic debugging
Hope someone finds this useful.