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#define DEBUG
/* These define the size of main memory for the simulator.
Note the size of main memory for the H8/300H is only 256k. Keeping it
small makes the simulator run much faster and consume less memory.
The linker knows about the limited size of the simulator's main memory
on the H8/300H (via the linker script). So if you change
H8300H_MSIZE, be sure to fix the linker script too.
Also note that there's a separate "eightbit" area aside from main
memory. For simplicity, the simulator assumes any data memory reference
outside of main memory refers to the eightbit area (in theory, this
can only happen when simulating H8/300H programs). We make no attempt
to catch overlapping addresses, wrapped addresses, etc etc. */
#define H8300_MSIZE (1 << 16)
/* avolkov:
Next 2 macros are ugly for any workstation, but while they're work.
Memory size MUST be configurable. */
#define H8300H_MSIZE (1 << 18)
#define H8300S_MSIZE (1 << 24)
#define CSIZE 1000
/* Local register names */
typedef enum
R0, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7,
} reg_type;
/* Structure used to describe addressing */
typedef struct
int type;
int reg;
int literal;
} ea_type;
typedef struct
ea_type src;
ea_type dst;
int opcode;
int next_pc;
int oldpc;
int cycles;
#ifdef DEBUG
struct h8_opcode *op;
enum h8300_sim_state {
/* For Command Line. */
char **ptr_command_line; /* Pointer to Command Line Arguments. */
typedef struct
enum h8300_sim_state state;
int exception;
unsigned int regs[9];
int pc;
int ccr;
int exr;
unsigned char *memory;
unsigned char *eightbit;
unsigned short *cache_idx;
int cache_top;
int maximum;
int csize;
int mask;
decoded_inst *cache;
int cycles;
int insts;
int ticks;
int compiles;
#ifdef ADEBUG
int stats[O_LAST];