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* Add time command to MAME debugger. Returns current machine time. (#9727) tedgreen992022-05-081-0/+1
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* Debugger feature improvements AJR2022-03-271-0/+2
| | | | | | | | - Add 'gbt' and 'gbf' debugger commands to step until a true or false conditional branch has been detected. - Update over 100 of the disassemblers in MAME to output a new STEP_COND flag for all conditional branches. Besides being used for execution of the new 'gbt' and 'gbf' commands, this flag also now helps the debugger 'out' command to properly handle conditional return instructions. - Remove STEP_OVER from many instructions that aren't actually subroutine calls (e.g. DJNZ on Z80). A 'gni' debugger command (go next instruction) has been added to accommodate some of the misuse. - Add instruction flag support to several more disassemblers that lacked them entirely (e.g. st62xx) - Don't pass over delay slots for debugging in ASAP core
* debugcmd.cpp: Modernize implementation details of mini_printf AJR2022-02-281-1/+1
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* Tie up a few loose ends: Vas Crabb2021-10-201-3/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | debugger: Octal cheats for octal address spaces. frontend: Pass events for automatically generated menu items to the plugin - they will have index zero. frontend: Don't try calling the data plugin from the main menu if the system isn't starting yet - doing so will prevent the data plugin from loading at all.
* -debugger: Finished updating commands and documentation. Vas Crabb2021-10-191-7/+7
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | * Updated cheat commands to work with arbitrary devices and address spaces. You can still only search RAM areas in a single address space at a time, but any address space of any device can be used now. * Made the cheatinit/cheatrange commands not affect current state if the arguments are invalid. Also fixed some bugs in the cheat commands. * Updated documentation for cheat commands, and added a simple worked example. Also added single-sentence descriptions of what (break|watch|register)points are to the top of the relevant pages. -frontend improvements: * Added a bit more info to the about box, moved the VCS revision to the heading. * Don't show "not" codes in prompts - they're not helpful.
* Still more user experience improvements: Vas Crabb2021-10-181-0/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Changed the default mapping for UI select to not trigger on Alt+Enter fullscreen toggle. (Fullscreen toggle still doesn't work in menus - actually fixing that is complicated.) frontend: Made the about box wrap text properly, made the title and backtrack menu item always visible, and added a footer with the VCS revision. frontend: Don't highlight the favourites and info toolbar buttons if there's no selection (can happen if filters produce no results). Also made the info viewer appear even if no info is available - it's less confusing to see an empty menu than wonder why clicking the button does nothing. debugger: Added a register points view to the GUI debuggers, to go with the breakpoints and watchpoints views. debugger: Extended [brw]p(clear|(en|dis)able) commands to accept multiple arguments to perform the same action on multiple (break|watch|register)points at once. Also made rplist accept a CPU for showing a single CPU's register points ([bw]plist already support this). docs: Updated registerpoints debugger commands page, and updated other pages for latest extensions to syntax.
* More user experience improvements: Vas Crabb2021-10-141-4/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | frontend: Allow clicking the adjuster arrows on menu items. This allows things like video options and DIP switches to be configured using a mouse only. Also fixed a bug preventing paging menus with a mouse if the first item scrolled off the bottom is not selectable. debugger: Allow wplist and bplist to accept a CPU argument to list breakpoints/watchpoints for a single CPU only. debugger: Fixed some corner cases in address space syntax in memory accesses, and allowed memory region accesses to use tags relative to the visible CPU. emu/softlist.cpp: Ignore notes elements when loading software lists. It's effectively a comment that isn't a comment syntactically, it's being used for things that are not useful to display in the internal UI, and it slows down startup. docs: Updated three more pages of debugger documentation. Also updated more of the built-in debugger help. minimaws: Fixed up schema for software list notes, made sofware list notes display initially collapsed.
* debugger: Extended target address syntax to include device/address space. ↵ Vas Crabb2021-10-011-99/+100
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | (#8630) Added a validity check to ensure address space names are tag-like and unique, since they're now used as identifiers in debugger commands. Extended the syntax for target addresses to allow them to be qualified with a colon followed by an optional device tag and/or address space name. If only the device needs to be specified, a debugger CPU number may also be used. This makes commands like bpset and wpset more flexible, as they can operate on CPUs other than the currently visible CPU. Commands like find, fill, dump and load are more flexible as they can access any space of any device. Removed now-redundant CPU parameters from many commands, and renamed pcatmemp to pcatmem for consistency with other commands. Extended region syntax for saver/loadr to support tags relative to the visible CPU (e.g. you can use "." for the region with the same name as the visible CPU, or "^sibling" syntax). Added an optional root device parameter to memdump. Changed interpretation of Boolean values to support numeric expressions as well as true/false strings and literal 1/0. Added checks that the specified device is CPU-like to various commands that require a CPU (e.g. focus). Previously these commands would crash or trigger an assertion failure if a tag for a non-CPU devices was specified. Fixed the cpunum symbol so it uses the same rules for determining what is or isn't a CPU as parameter parsing. Made device_t sanitise subtags better. Previously you could cause an assertion failure or crash MAME by giving it unexpected relative tags via Lua or the debugger. Added help topic alias support, and reworked the data structures to improve the performance of looking up debugger commands and help topics. Removed the "ref" parameter from debugger command functions (std::bind can hold extra argument values for you if you need them). Also added an error message if duplicate debugger commands are registered. Updated help for commands that changed syntax, and also updated summaries for some commands that had changed in the past without corresponding help updates.
* Debugger-related feature removals and cleanup AJR2021-08-151-1/+0
| | | | | | | | - Remove the hotspot read tracker. This was never robustly implemented, but changes to the memory system made it much less useful, and the "speedup opportunities" which it aimed to determine are not very important from a current emulation standpoint. - Remove the CURSP/GENSP state symbol and the generic sp() getter. Stacking semantics vary too much between CPU architectures for this to be of much use. (A "SP" symbol has been added to a few CPU cores whose stack pointers were otherwise not being registered.) - Remove the cached pointer to device_state_interface and the state() fast accessor from device_t. Most users of device_state_interface either already had a pointer to the specific CPU device type or needed to check first for the presence of the interface. - Change the PC memory write tracker to use pcbase(), which works even when the instruction callback is masked out, instead of peeking at the PC history index. - Remove some obsolete watchpoint-related definitions from machine.h.
* debug: add cls command to clear console buffer hap2021-02-161-0/+1
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* Stop converting debugger console commands to all lowercase before parsing ↵ AJR2021-02-131-1/+0
| | | | | | | them. Case insensitivity has been preserved for command names, CPU and region tags and certain symbolic parameters (as well as expressions, which were treated as case-insensitive in other contexts), but filenames and character constants are no longer automatically lowercased. * debugcmd.cpp, debugcon.cpp: Remove some superfluous c_str() calls * debugcmd.cpp: Remove local member referencing debugger_cpu, which is accessed only rarely since the console now tracks the visible CPU
* Add strdump debugger command for dumping memory as ASCII strings AJR2020-11-181-0/+1
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* Add abs, bit, s8, s16, s32 functions to debugger AJR2020-09-251-0/+5
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* Add 'fill' command to debugger. Syntax and operation are similar to 'find' ↵ AJR2020-08-011-0/+1
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* add saver to operate memory region (#6837) Jacob2020-06-211-0/+5
| | | | | * add debugger command saver for memory region * added debugger command loadr for memory region
* Debugger expression and memory access overhaul AJR2020-05-251-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | - Memory references in expressions no longer default to the console's visible CPU if no device name was specified, except when entered through the console itself. Expressions in view windows now use the context of the currently selected device instead. - The pcatmem debug command and similar qt mouseover function now produce an error message if the initial address translation fails. Related internal changes (nw) - The debugger_cpu class no longer interprets memory accesses. The existing routines have been moved into symbol_table (which used to invoke them as callbacks), and reimplemented in most other places. Thecode duplication is a bit messy, but could be potentially improved in the future with new utility classes. - The cheat engine no longer needs to hook into the debugger_cpu class or instantiate a dummy instance of it. - The inclusion of debug/express.h within emu.h has been undone. Some debugging structures now need unique_ptr to wrap the resulting incomplete classes; hopefully the performance impact of this is negligible. Another direct consequence is that the breakpoint, watchpoint and registerpoint classes are no longer inside device_debug and have their own source file. - The breakpoint list is now a std::multimap, using the addresses as keys to hopefully expedite lookup. - The visible CPU pointer has been removed from the debugger_cpu class, being now considered a property of the console instead. - Many minor bits of code have been simplified.
* Make expressions octal for applicable address spaces in disassembly view AJR2020-04-131-5/+5
| | | | | | | | | | debug/express.cpp, debugcpu.cpp: General cleanup (nw) - Change default base from hardcoded macro to dynamic parameter for parsed_expression - Change symbol table parameters and variables to references or std::reference_wrapper - Remove the (unused) ability to construct a parsed_expression without a symbol table - Eliminate symbol_table &table and void *memory_param arguments from callbacks (superfluous now that std::function can bind everything necessary) - Eliminate globalref pointer from symbol_table - Add explicitly defaulted move constructor and move assignment operator
* Add cpulist command to debugger AJR2019-12-071-0/+1
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* debugger: add 'gp' command Sven Schnelle2018-11-061-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | gp 'go privilege' starts execution until the privilege mode changes. This can be used to break on task switches. I.e on m68k, one could do: gp { ~sr & 0x2000 && crp_aptr == 0x1234567 } which would execute until the privilege mode changes to user mode and the CPU root pointer is 0x1234567. for cpu code, all that is needed to make this work is calling debugger_privilege_hook() when the execution level changes.
* debugger: add command for go_exception (#3682) Patrick Mackinlay2018-06-231-0/+1
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* Added suspend and resume debugger commands (#3411) GavinAndrews2018-04-021-0/+2
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* Revert "Command to print all debugger help to html file" Vas Crabb2017-12-151-1/+0
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* add command to print all debugger help to html file vadosnaprimer2017-12-111-0/+1
| | | | tweak static_help_list spacing to always pad commands and never pad explanations
* Rewind feature and RAM savestates. vadosnaprimer2017-12-061-0/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | This starts the work requested in #2398. How RAM states work. Implemented using util::vectorstream. Instead of dumping m_save.m_entry_list to file, it writes them as binary to vectorstream. Compression is not used, as it would slow down the process. The header is written as usual, also in binary. When a state is loaded, the savestate data gets binary-read from vectorstream. How rewind works. Rewind is optional, it can be turned off through MAME GUI while not running. Rewind capacity is available there too. Rewind step hotkey is available from the standard hotkey menu. In the debugger you have the "rewind" command ("rw" shortcut) that works the same as the hotkey. Every time you advance a frame (pause step), rewinder captures a RAM savestate of the frame you were at. It does the same when you do step into/over/out in the debugger. Every time it captures a new state (and when you unpause), it marks as invalid all its states that go after the current machine time, because input might change, so they are not relevant anymore. It keeps their buffers allocated though, for future use. When rewinder runs out of allowed amount of savestates it can have, it invalidates the first state in the list and tosses its unique_ptr to the end of the list, then it uses its buffer to capture a new state. When you hit the rewind step key, or use "rewind" command in the debugger, it loads a state that is immediately before the current machine time. Invalid states between valid ones are not allowed to appear, as that breaks rewinder integrity and causes problems. Rewinder keeps its own set of ram states as a vector of unique_ptr's. All rewinder operations and errors get reported using machine().popmessage().
* (nw) misc cleanup: start replacing auto_alloc_* with smart pointers, get Vas Crabb2017-12-011-8/+10
| | | | | rid of reference constants in the debugger in favour of capturing the value in the bind/lambda (less ugly casting)
* general cleanup: Vas Crabb2017-05-231-2/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | * move rarely-used output and pty interfaces out of emu.h * consolidate and de-duplicate forward declarations, also remove some obsolete ones * clean up more #include guard macros * scope down a few more things (nw) Everyone, please keep forward declarations for src/emu in src/emu/emufwd.h - this will make it far easier to keep them in sync with declarations than having them scattered through all the other files.
* C++-ification of debugger code (misc std::string/std::vector adoption mainly) Nathan Woods2017-03-031-73/+73
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* Remove emu.h from headers (nw) Olivier Galibert2017-02-111-1/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | Per Vas' request. If the compile fails for you (i'm thinking osx and windows native debuggers here in particular), add '#include "emu.h"' as first include of the cpp files that fail. Due to our use of precompilation and forced inclusion, emu.h must be included as the very first non-comment thing we do if we want to be sure msvc compiles are identical to gcc/clang ones. Doing it directly instead of through an include increases the correctness probability by a magnitude.
* Created a new debugger command 'tracesym' Nathan Woods2017-01-151-0/+1
| | | | 'tracesym' is intended to be a shorthand of 'tracelog', whereby the user doesn't have to specify a format string; the default format string is used
* Introduce u8/u16/u32/u64/s8/s16/s32/s64 Vas Crabb2016-11-191-29/+29
| | | | | | | | | | | | * New abbreviated types are in osd and util namespaces, and also in global namespace for things that #include "emu.h" * Get rid of import of cstdint types to global namespace (C99 does this anyway) * Remove the cstdint types from everything in emu * Get rid of U64/S64 macros * Fix a bug in dps16 caused by incorrect use of macro * Fix debugcon not checking for "do " prefix case-insensitively * Fix a lot of messed up tabulation * More constexpr * Fix up many __names
* NOTICE (TYPE NAME CONSOLIDATION) Miodrag Milanovic2016-10-221-23/+23
| | | | | Use standard uint64_t, uint32_t, uint16_t or uint8_t instead of UINT64, UINT32, UINT16 or UINT8 also use standard int64_t, int32_t, int16_t or int8_t instead of INT64, INT32, INT16 or INT8
* Make loop collation optional for debugger trace and traceover commands therealmogminer@gmail.com2016-07-141-0/+3
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* Cleanup and version bumpmame0175 Miodrag Milanovic2016-06-291-3/+3
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* Major refactoring of debugger core [Ryan Holtz] therealmogminer@gmail.com2016-06-081-14/+146
| | | | | | | | * Eliminate globals/file statics * Remove lots of stuff from global scope * Use std::function for custom command registration * Eliminate some trampolines * Build fixes from Vas Crabb and balr0g
* Add includes for dependency documentation. (nw) couriersud2016-04-091-0/+1
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* License self-service. Aaron Giles2015-05-251-1/+1
| | | | | | License self-service. Mostly adding attribution where I made significant contributions. In a few cases files I previously missed were default-attributed to Nicola.
* lot more updated (nw) Miodrag Milanovic2015-05-111-5/+2
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* Added dummy license headers for EMU section (nw) Miodrag Milanovic2015-05-071-0/+2
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* Cleanups and version bumpmame0148 Miodrag Milanovic2013-01-111-1/+1
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* BIG update. Aaron Giles2011-03-291-4/+4
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Remove redundant machine items from address_space and device_t. Neither machine nor m_machine are directly accessible anymore. Instead a new getter machine() is available which returns a machine reference. So: space->machine->xxx ==> space->machine().xxx device->machine->yyy ==> device->machine().yyy Globally changed all running_machine pointers to running_machine references. Any function/method that takes a running_machine takes it as a required parameter (1 or 2 exceptions). Being consistent here gets rid of a lot of odd &machine or *machine, but it does mean a very large bulk change across the project. Structs which have a running_machine * now have that variable renamed to m_machine, and now have a shiny new machine() method that works like the space and device methods above. Since most of these are things that should eventually be devices anyway, consider this a step in that direction. 98% of the update was done with regex searches. The changes are architected such that the compiler will catch the remaining errors: // find things that use an embedded machine directly and replace // with a machine() getter call S: ->machine-> R: ->machine\(\)\. // do the same if via a reference S: \.machine-> R: \.machine\(\)\. // convert function parameters to running_machine & S: running_machine \*machine([^;]) R: running_machine \&machine\1 // replace machine-> with machine. S: machine-> R: machine\. // replace &machine() with machine() S: \&([()->a-z0-9_]+machine\(\)) R: \1 // sanity check: look for this used as a cast (running_machine &) // and change to this: *(running_machine *)
* Replace "const address_space" with "address_space" throughout the system. Aaron Giles2010-08-191-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | The purpose of making it const before was to discourage direct tampering, but private/protected does a better job of that now anyhow, and it is annoying now. s/const[ \t]+address_space\b/address_space/g; Is basically what I did.
* WARNING: There are likely to be regressions in both functionality and Aaron Giles2010-06-081-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | performance as a result of this change. Do not panic; report issues to the list in the short term and I will look into them. There are probably also some details I forgot to mention. Please ask questions if anything is not clear. NOTE: This is a major internal change to the way devices are handled in MAME. There is a small impact on drivers, but the bulk of the changes are to the devices themselves. Full documentation on the new device handling is in progress at http://mamedev.org/devwiki/index.php/MAME_Device_Basics Defined two new casting helpers: [Aaron Giles] downcast<type>(value) should be used for safe and efficient downcasting from a base class to a derived class. It wraps static_cast<> by adding an assert that a matching dynamic_cast<> returns the same result in debug builds. crosscast<type>(value) should be used for safe casting from one type to another in multiple inheritance scenarios. It compiles to a dynamic_cast<> plus an assert on the result. Since it does not optimize down to static_cast<>, you should prefer downcast<> over crosscast<> when you can. Redefined running_device to be a proper C++ class (now called device_t). Same for device_config (still called device_config). All devices and device_configs must now be derived from these base classes. This means each device type now has a pair of its own unique classes that describe the device. Drivers are encouraged to use the specific device types instead of the generic running_device or device_t classes. Drivers that have a state class defined in their header file are encouraged to use initializers off the constructor to locate devices. [Aaron Giles] Removed the following fields from the device and device configuration classes as they never were necessary or provided any use: device class, device family, source file, version, credits. [Aaron Giles] Added templatized variant of machine->device() which performs a downcast as part of the device fetch. Thus machine->device<timer_device>("timer") will locate a device named "timer", downcast it to a timer_device, and assert if the downcast fails. [Aaron Giles] Removed most publically accessible members of running_device/device_t in favor of inline accessor functions. The only remaining public member is machine. Thus all references to device->type are now device->type(), etc. [Aaron Giles] Created a number of device interface classes which are designed to be mix- ins for the device classes, providing specific extended functionality and information. There are standard interface classes for sound, execution, state, nvram, memory, and disassembly. Devices can opt into 0 or more of these classes. [Aaron Giles] Converted the classic CPU device to a standard device that uses the execution, state, memory, and disassembly interfaces. Used this new class (cpu_device) to implement the existing CPU device interface. In the future it will be possible to convert each CPU core to its own device type, but for now they are still all CPU devices with a cpu_type() that specifies exactly which kind of CPU. [Aaron Giles] Created a new header devlegcy.h which wraps the old device interface using some special template classes. To use these with an existing device, simply remove from the device header the DEVICE_GET_INFO() declaration and the #define mapping the ALL_CAPS name to the DEVICE_GET_INFO. In their place #include "devlegcy.h" and use the DECLARE_LEGACY_DEVICE() macro. In addition, there is a DECLARE_LEGACY_SOUND_DEVICE() macro for wrapping existing sound devices into new-style devices, and a DECLARE_LEGACY_NVRAM_DEVICE() for wrapping NVRAM devices. Also moved the token and inline_config members to the legacy device class, as these are not used in modern devices. [Aaron Giles] Converted the standard base devices (VIDEO_SCREEN, SPEAKER, and TIMER) from legacy devices to the new C++ style. Also renamed VIDEO_SCREEN to simply SCREEN. The various global functions that were previously used to access information or modify the state of these devices are now replaced by methods on the device classes. Specifically: video_screen_configure() == screen->configure() video_screen_set_visarea() == screen->set_visible_area() video_screen_update_partial() == screen->update_partial() video_screen_update_now() == screen->update_now() video_screen_get_vpos() == screen->vpos() video_screen_get_hpos() == screen->hpos() video_screen_get_vblank() == screen->vblank() video_screen_get_hblank() == screen->hblank() video_screen_get_width() == screen->width() video_screen_get_height() == screen->height() video_screen_get_visible_area() == screen->visible_area() video_screen_get_time_until_pos() == screen->time_until_pos() video_screen_get_time_until_vblank_start() == screen->time_until_vblank_start() video_screen_get_time_until_vblank_end() == screen->time_until_vblank_end() video_screen_get_time_until_update() == screen->time_until_update() video_screen_get_scan_period() == screen->scan_period() video_screen_get_frame_period() == screen->frame_period() video_screen_get_frame_number() == screen->frame_number() timer_device_adjust_oneshot() == timer->adjust() timer_device_adjust_periodic() == timer->adjust() timer_device_reset() == timer->reset() timer_device_enable() == timer->enable() timer_device_enabled() == timer->enabled() timer_device_get_param() == timer->param() timer_device_set_param() == timer->set_param() timer_device_get_ptr() == timer->get_ptr() timer_device_set_ptr() == timer->set_ptr() timer_device_timeelapsed() == timer->time_elapsed() timer_device_timeleft() == timer->time_left() timer_device_starttime() == timer->start_time() timer_device_firetime() == timer->fire_time() Updated all drivers that use the above functions to fetch the specific device type (timer_device or screen_device) and call the appropriate method. [Aaron Giles] Changed machine->primary_screen and the 'screen' parameter to VIDEO_UPDATE to specifically pass in a screen_device object. [Aaron Giles] Defined a new custom interface for the Z80 daisy chain. This interface behaves like the standard interfaces, and can be added to any device that implements the Z80 daisy chain behavior. Converted all existing Z80 daisy chain devices to new-style devices that inherit this interface. [Aaron Giles] Changed the way CPU state tables are built up. Previously, these were data structures defined by a CPU core which described all the registers and how to output them. This functionality is now part of the state interface and is implemented via the device_state_entry class. Updated all CPU cores which were using the old data structure to use the new form. The syntax is currently awkward, but will be cleaner for CPUs that are native new devices. [Aaron Giles] Converted the okim6295 and eeprom devices to the new model. These were necessary because they both require multiple interfaces to operate and it didn't make sense to create legacy device templates for these single cases. (okim6295 needs the sound interface and the memory interface, while eeprom requires both the nvram and memory interfaces). [Aaron Giles] Changed parameters in a few callback functions from pointers to references in situations where they are guaranteed to never be NULL. [Aaron Giles] Removed MDRV_CPU_FLAGS() which was only used for disabling a CPU. Changed it to MDRV_DEVICE_DISABLE() instead. Updated drivers. [Aaron Giles] Reorganized the token parsing for machine configurations. The core parsing code knows how to create/replace/remove devices, but all device token parsing is now handled in the device_config class, which in turn will make use of any interface classes or device-specific token handling for custom token processing. [Aaron Giles] Moved many validity checks out of validity.c and into the device interface classes. For example, address space validation is now part of the memory interface class. [Aaron Giles] Consolidated address space parameters (bus width, endianness, etc.) into a single address_space_config class. Updated all code that queried for address space parameters to use the new mechanism. [Aaron Giles]
* Correct a long-standing design flaw: device configuration state Aaron Giles2010-01-181-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | is now separate from runtime device state. I have larger plans for devices, so there is some temporary scaffolding to hold everything together, but this first step does separate things out. There is a new class 'running_device' which represents the state of a live device. A list of these running_devices sits in machine->devicelist and is created when a running_machine is instantiated. To access the configuration state, use device->baseconfig() which returns a reference to the configuration. The list of running_devices in machine->devicelist has a 1:1 correspondance with the list of device configurations in machine->config->devicelist, and most navigation options work equally on either (scanning by class, type, etc.) For the most part, drivers will now deal with running_device objects instead of const device_config objects. In fact, in order to do this patch, I did the following global search & replace: const device_config -> running_device device->static_config -> device->baseconfig().static_config device->inline_config -> device->baseconfig().inline_config and then fixed up the compiler errors that fell out. Some specifics: Removed device_get_info_* functions and replaced them with methods called get_config_*. Added methods for get_runtime_* to access runtime state from the running_device. DEVICE_GET_INFO callbacks are only passed a device_config *. This means they have no access to the token or runtime state at all. For most cases this is fine. Added new DEVICE_GET_RUNTIME_INFO callback that is passed the running_device for accessing data that is live at runtime. In the future this will go away to make room for a cleaner mechanism. Cleaned up the handoff of memory regions from the memory subsystem to the devices.
* Big debugger cleanup. Aaron Giles2008-12-031-2/+13
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Important note for OSD ports: the get/set property functions have been retired for debug_views. Instead, there are specific functions to perform each get/set operation. In addition, the format of the update callback has changed to pass the osd private data in, and the update callback/osd private data must be passed in at view allocation time. And osd_wait_for_debugger() now gets a CPU object instead of the machine. Removed extra debugger tracking for address spaces and added some of the useful data to the address_space structure. Updated all debugger commands and views to use CPU and address space objects where appropriate. Added new memory functions for converting between bytes and addresses, and for performing translations for a given address space. Removed debugger macros that did similar things in favor of calling these functions. Rewrote most of the memory view handling. Disasm and register views still need some additional tweaking.
* Debugger interfaces cleanup. Still more to do but this compiles and Aaron Giles2008-11-211-2/+3
| | | | | | | works. Added callback parameters to the expression engine. Improved CPU parsing so you can use a CPU tag or index in most commands that take one. Switched to passing CPU and address space objects around where appropriate. Lots of other minor tweaks.
* Copyright cleanup: Aaron Giles2008-01-061-1/+1
| | | | | | - removed years from copyright notices - removed redundant (c) from copyright notices - updated "the MAME Team" to be "Nicola Salmoria and the MAME Team"
* Initial checkin of MAME 0.121.mame0121 Aaron Giles2007-12-171-0/+26