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==Debuggers==
 
==Debuggers==
 
* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/adebug/ Adebug] (ex-commercial, now opensource)
 
* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/adebug/ Adebug] (ex-commercial, now opensource)
* Barfly's debugger
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* BDebug, Barfly's debugger
 
* BeerMon (coded by Carnivore of Beermacht) ([http://kestra.exotica.org.uk/demos.php?query=Beermon downloads at exotica], [http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=48403 downloads at pouet)]
 
* BeerMon (coded by Carnivore of Beermacht) ([http://kestra.exotica.org.uk/demos.php?query=Beermon downloads at exotica], [http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=48403 downloads at pouet)]
 
* Disect v2.0 (symbolic disassembler/debugger, [http://aminet.net/search?name=disect&path=dev/debug demo] available on Aminet)
 
* Disect v2.0 (symbolic disassembler/debugger, [http://aminet.net/search?name=disect&path=dev/debug demo] available on Aminet)
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==For 'Hardware Hitting' coding==
 
==For 'Hardware Hitting' coding==
 
* [http://aminet.net/package/dev/moni/cuwa The Custom Watcher (CuWa)]<br />allows you to see the values which were writting to the Custom-Registers (with help of an MMU)
 
* [http://aminet.net/package/dev/moni/cuwa The Custom Watcher (CuWa)]<br />allows you to see the values which were writting to the Custom-Registers (with help of an MMU)

Revision as of 20:54, 14 April 2017

Sourcecode processing


Debuggers


memory management debugging

  • Enforcer V37.73 (2001)
    Enforcer is an advanced debugging tool for Amiga computer systems equiped with a 68020/68851, 68030, 68040, or 68060 CPU. It uses the MMU to help detect stray pointers and access to invalid memory.
  • MuForce (based on Enforcer)
  • Mungwall
  • Sushi/Sashimi
    Can redirect debug info send to the serial port

For 'Hardware Hitting' coding


OS monitors


Demotools

Pouet.net has loads of (oldskool) demotools.
(note: they have many pages of tools but the 'next page' is hidden at the bottom of the page)