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Notice that this is early, things may or may not work at all.

  1. Clone https://github.com/emoon/fs-uae and build according to instructions. (Mac tested in my case)
  2. Clone ProDBG to this commit https://github.com/emoon/ProDBG/commit/a4a5c264a57b15d0325c585ff7995c31bb9216d4 and build according to instructions.
  3. Configure ProDBG Amiga UAE Settings so it looks something like this https://www.dropbox.com/s/a87dpxdf273bi6i/config.png?dl=0 (Config can be left empty)
  4. Make a test program and build it with vasm (or some other tool that can produce linedebug info)

Compile with these options (make sure to keep paths absolute) for vasm

vasm -m68000 -Fhunk -allhunksyms -linedebug /abs/path/to/file/HelloWorldTest.s -o hello.o
vlink -bamigahunk -Bstatic hello.o -o hello
_LVOCloseLibrary   EQU     -414
_LVOOpenLibrary    EQU     -552
_LVOOutput         EQU     -60
_LVOWrite          EQU     -48

                section code,code
start:
                move.l  $4.w,ExecBase

; open DOS.library

                move.l  ExecBase,a6
                lea     DosName,a1
                moveq   #0,d0
                jsr     _LVOOpenLibrary(a6)
                move.l  d0,DosBase

; Print "Hello World" message to standard output

                move.l  DosBase,a6
                jsr     _LVOOutput(a6)
                move.l  d0,d1
                move.l  #HelloWorldMessage,d2
                move.l  #HelloWorldMessageEnd-HelloWorldMessage,d3
                jsr     _LVOWrite(a6)

; Close dos.library

                move.l  DosBase,a1
                move.l  $4.w,a6
                jsr     _LVOCloseLibrary(a6)

                moveq   #0,d0
                rts

                section data,data

HelloWorldMessage
                dc.b    "Hello World!",10
HelloWorldMessageEnd

DosName         dc.b    "dos.library",0

                section bss,bss

ExecBase        ds.l    1
DosBase         ds.l    1

  1. Open the source file in ProDBG (File -> Open)
  2. Set a breakpoint at a valid line (F9)
  3. Run the program using File -> Debug Amiga Executable... Select the generated hello above.
  4. You should now be able to step in the program using F11 it should look something like this https://www.dropbox.com/s/18b3dzajv04rmro/debugging.png
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@emoon emoon commented Jan 23, 2018

Thanks!

I'm unsure. It looks like the headers aren't included for some reason in you Qt5 installation which sounds odd.

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@emoon emoon commented Jan 23, 2018

Unfortunately sharing the binary isn't that easy as it requires packing up the Qt5 frameworks to point to the correct location inside a bundle :/ This is something I haven't done yet. What you can try is to run bin/macosx/tundra/tundra2 -v macosx-clang-debug to get the full commandline displayed and see if it's actually trying to use the correct directories when it's compiling.

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@emoon emoon commented Jan 23, 2018

You wrote this btw: export QT5=/Users/fabricerobinet/Qt/5.7/clang_64 and then you did a listing in ~/Qt57/5.7/clang_64 those two directories doesn't match.

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@emoon emoon commented Jan 24, 2018

No idea what is going on here :( I would guess there is a miss-match between some potentially different Qt versions being installed but I don't know really.

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@fabrobinet fabrobinet commented Jan 26, 2018

Problem was missing include path pointing to QT5 in tundra.lua.

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@emoon emoon commented Jan 27, 2018

Oh really. That is interesting.

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