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Re: harvard architectures - the d10v
> From: Doug Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 13:30:46 -0800 (PST)
> Agreed. The way I would extend this is to name the address space
> you want the address to refer to. Without claiming this is
> the best syntax/wording/etc., maybe something like
> x/x insn:0x12345678
> x/i insn:0x12345678
> x/x data:0x12345678
> x/i data:0x12345678
> - there could be a default address space,
> or target could specify that "x/x 0x12345678 is an error
> - users of targets without address spaces would see no change
> - I would treat the address space names as target specific
> Implementation-wise, this would get translated to a CORE_ADDR
> that had two parts: address space id, and address.
Are we introducing segments into GDB? Because if we are, I can think
about a few more possible applications, for x86 for example.