RE: [stella] Stella 2.0 alpha 1 available

Subject: RE: [stella] Stella 2.0 alpha 1 available
From: "Lee Fastenau" <stella@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 02:11:39 -0400
> I really like the idea of marking up the sourcecode to
> configure the debugger.  If you do hotkey
> compile-and-loads into Stella from TextPad or some
> other editor that has command-line utilities like
> that, then DASM basically becomes an extension to the
> debugger, and it helps minimize the requirements of
> the debugger user-interface.  Stella would not have to
> disassemble at all because it has the original
> sourcecode it can cross-reference.

Really ignorant, but greatly desired pseudo code to follow:

		LDA ballXPosition		; @BREAKIF (A==50)

Would these debugger directives look something like that?

Must DASM be modified to somehow process those directives first?  Or can
DASM ignore and simply pass those directives through to the listing so that
the Stella debugger can parse them?


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