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emubreak, emuremove, emudisable, emuenable

Set, clear, display, enable and disable emulator breakpoints.

Syntax

emubreak

emubreak = [sts,] {type}

 

emuremove [all]

emuremove = {type} [ ,... ]

 

emuenable = {type} [ ,... ]

 

emudisable [all]

emudisable = {type} [ ,... ]

Where:

sts

{ e[nabled] | d[isabled] }

type

{ reset | init | bkpt in}

Discussion

The emubreak command sets and displays emulator breakpoints (emulator breaks). Emubreak with no arguments displays a list of the current emulator breaks.

The emuremove command removes any or all of the emulator breaks. Arguments to this command qualify which emulator breaks are to be removed. Emuremove with no arguments removes all emulator breaks.

The emuenable command selectively enables emulator breaks. Arguments to this command qualify which emulator breaks are to be affected.

The emudisable command selectively disables emulator breaks. Arguments to this command qualify which emulator breaks are to be affected. If no arguments are specified, all emulator breaks are disabled.

Emulator breaks can also be set, displayed, etc. from the Breakpoints window.

Examples

Command inputs:

 

 

emubreak

 

// display all emulator breaks

emubreak = reset

// break when reset occurs

emuremove

// remove all emulator breaks

emuremove reset

// remove the reset emulator break

emudisable

// disable all emulator breaks

emudisable reset

// disable reset emulator break

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