first many thanks for todays new release - now the error message when
being offline has gone and also switching off "Open debugger on ..."
is indeed a good idea. :-)
Now I've redownloaded again all ROM images to be sure that my stored
images aren't damaged in any way before I made a new complete test with
this new Wabbitemu version.
BTW, if you want to know exactly which versions I'm using here - here's
the site from where I've downloaded all my 'original' (?) ROMs:
(you've to scroll down to get to the TI images)
Here's the list of ROMs I'm using here (all with Wabbitemu 32-bit under Win7) -
the first list are the 'original' ROMs from the site mentioned above:
And this second list are the neweset flash-files from the TI-website,
of which I made ROM images myself with a previous Wabbitemu (anytime
in Oct. 2011(:
Now for the results of my tests:
When "Open debugger on invalid flash command" is switch OFF, then all
of the ROMs listed above can be loaded (and the calculator switched on)
without any problems, in other words: everything is working fine!
If this option "Open debugger on invalid flash command" is switched ON,
then the debugger automatically open whenever I load and switch on one
of the following ROMs:
all 73/82/83 'original' ROMs and the 73 ROM made from flash!
The 'original' 84/85/86 and the 83/84 made from flash work correctly,
i.e. do not call the debugger.
I've also tried to create a new 73 ROM from the TI-flashfile (because
that's the only one of the selfmade ROMs that doesn't work), but when
I try to create a ROM file from this 73 flashfile the new Wabbitemu
completely crashes: during this creation process it suddenly opens the
debugger, and the debugger then is going crazy and has to be canceled
by the Windows taskmanager.
So it seems you've changed anything in the Wabbitemu versions since
Dec 2011, so that it now treats any ROM/flash commands as illegal and
opens the debugger (if this option is on) - as I already mentioned
the version from 4th Nov 2011 (and earlier ones) did not have these
problems at all.
And the second thing is that now it can't create a ROM image from a
flashfile anymore (at least not for the TI-73), and also this has
worked in my old versions (upto Nov 2011).
I hope this long post will be helpful for you in solving these
remaining problems. ;-)