Okay, maybe that goes a bit too far, but I think it
would be nice to somehow include support of an (or
better more) existing debugger program(s) to test
(At this point I assume that this would be easier than
implement the debugging features itself)
I imagine to change a few bytes of assembler code,
setting breakpoints (which I can see, for example as
red highlighted lines in the assembler-view) and press
a key to run the debugger.
(I like gdb but I'm not sure if it exists under
This would stop at breakpoints giving control back to
hte which marks the line, where instruction flow is
currently paused and -- if requested by the user allows
viewing and changing of memory and register contents
(this would actueally be done by the debugger, but hte
would be the frontend to it)
Just an idea, but a combined
would be really fun to develop / explore some
Please let me know what you think of this.
When I somewhen have a bit free itme myself I'll
certain join CVS and work on this myself if you dont
hhasemann [at] web [dot] de
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