> I would chime in with my voice to request trapping access to a particular > range of addresses as being a *major* improvement. Also single-stepping in the machine language monitor would be a very useful feature, maybe with the option of executing jsr statements atomically (just like the "n" command in gdb). It should be possible to distinguish between read and write accesses. Many VIC-20 cartridge games have nasty ROM protections (i.e. they try to overwrite themselves). Luckily I have the source code of a VIC-20 emulator (other than VICE), and I could modify it to crack the nastiest protections. This emulator doesn't have any machine language monitor, and I had to add some printf statements that printed out the op code and the parameters. Not very user-friendly, and it caused megabytes of data per emulated second. :-) Marko
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