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#119257 05/26/2021 6:26 AM
by e5frog
I program for Channel F and a few versions ago (Currently checking out MAME 0.231 (LLP64) ) a bunch of registers were removed from the debugger in the left part of the window.
R16-R63 are gone from the list which makes things harder if you want to look for bugs.

While doing so $hexnumber was replaced with H'hexnumber', I thought $ or possibly 0x was the go-to way of writing hexadecimal numbers?
I have documents from the 70's that uses H'xxx' notation, as well as B'xxxxxxx' for binary and O'xx' for octal numbers - I thought it was long gone...?

Who has the power to change it back?
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by R. Belmont
R. Belmont
IMO, if people actually doing assembly programming on the system don't like the revised debugger semantics then it's a problem. The pseudo registers should be put back, at bare minimum.
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by MrBogi
Could something like that be a Mame.ini option, machine config option, or even a command line switch? (please insert brilliant ideas here to make it easily selected by user preference)

just a thought
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