> On most MIPS processors there is no singlestepping feature. You have to
> manual insert a breakpoint into the instruction stream and deal with the
But if we insert a Break point into the instruction stream the exception
will be generated before the execution of the real instruction.
If we have the following set of instructions
if we replace instr1 by break.
we will get a break point exception as soon as the break
in addr1 is executed (correct me if I have wrongly understood !! )
But the need is to raise an exception after instr1 (at addr1) is executed.
One solution is using a break at instr2 (at addr2).
But suppose instr1 is a jmp then there is no point
in keeping a break at addr2.
(inorder to raise an exception after instr1 is executed).
So is there some other clean way for this ?
Regards and Thanks