Chapter 2: Entering Debugger Commands
Viewing Debugger Status
The Warning indicator (W) indicates that the program counter is not on a C
source line boundary. The debugger displays a warning when it detects a
breakpoint, an instruction halt, or an instruction error between lines.
The Log indicator (L) indicates that commands are being logged to a log file.
The Journal indicator (J) indicates that everything appearing in the Journal
window is being written to a journal file.
The Register indicator (R) indicates that a register variable is being used, but
its lifetime is not known by the debugger. The debugger displays an R when
the variable is referenced, indicating that the values being used for this
variable may not be valid.
The CPU entry indicates which microprocessor is being simulated.
The MODULE: entry names the current module (< module> ). The current
module is the module pointed to by the program counter. If the program
counter points outside of the known code area associated with the program,
this entry displays ???????.
The BREAK # entry indicates the number of the last breakpoint that
occurred, or (0) zero if execution was not terminated with a breakpoint.
The debugger is reading an executable file or a C source file
into the debugger's memory.
The debugger is executing internal debugger operations.