110748     BUG: A Debugging Tool Used on Existing IAS Tasks  Version:
V2.0, June 1984
Submitted by: Dan Sedlacek, Informatics General Corporation, Bellevue,
Operating System: IAS V3.1, 3.2  Source Language: MACRO-11  Memory
Required: 16KW  Keywords: Debugging
Abstract: BUG is a debugging tool written in MACRO-11 that can be
used on existing IAS tasks. The task does not have to be
TKBed with a debugging module (as with ODT). A
disassembler is built into BUG, and single-stepping,
breakpoints, and memory inspection/change (octal, ASCII,
RAD50) features are among the useful features of this
debugger. DSW values, condition code bits, and registers
are continually updated automatically in the single step
mode. Three screens are provided; one for single
stepping/inspecting disassembled code, another for
inspecting/changing memory contents, and a third
"HELP" screen. BUG is 'retrofitted' to an existing
task, and executes out of approximately 1/2 of the
default stack.
Media (Service Charge Code): One RX01 Diskette (KA)  Format: RT-11,
600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: DOS-11

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