cvs commit: src/sys/ddb db_command.c
bde at zeta.org.au
Sun Oct 8 14:47:05 PDT 2006
On Sun, 8 Oct 2006, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 08, 2006 at 06:37:00PM +0000, Bruce Evans wrote:
>> - `registers' is now an alias for `show registers'. This is a hack to
>> break the unofficial `r' alias for `reset'. `r' really means
>> `registers' in some debuggers, so I sometimes type it accidentally and
>> am annoyed when it resets the system. A short command shouldn't have
>> such a large effect. Now at least `res' must be typed to disambiguate
> I always typed 're' for reset and now it won't work...
:-). You can add an alias for it if you really want it.
I just remembered that it's `re' in my debugger too (except my `re'
stops at the reset vector and only works in real mode, and I have
variations for different reset methods).
sparc64 and powerpc have a variation named `reboot' that needs to be
untangled someday. It is one of 50-100 undocumented commands.
Untangling it a little ... it is just bogus since it is an MD command
that is identical to the MI `reset' command except for its spelling.
All variations just call the MI interface cpu_reset().
sparc64 and powerpc also have a variation named `halt'. This should
be an MI ddb command too.
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