Jan 162018
 
A small TSR that continuosly displays the CS, IP, SS, and SP registers in the corner of the screen. Good for debugging.
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A small TSR that continuosly displays the CS, IP, SS, and SP registers in the corner of the screen. Good for debugging.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CSIP.ASM 4947 1577 deflated
CSIP.COM 422 380 deflated
CSIP.DOC 1122 556 deflated

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Contents of the CSIP.DOC file



CSIP is a very simple utility program that causes a continuous CRT
display of the processor stack and CS:IP registers. It is useful in
debugging and tracing code that occasionally crashes or appears to
"freeze".

When CSIP is resident and enabled, the display has the following format:

aaaa:bbbb cccc:dddd

where:
aaaa is the current stack segment (SS register)
bbbb is the current stack pointer (SP register)
cccc is the current code segment (CS register)
dddd is the current instruction pointer (IP register)


Press the SCROLL LOCK key to enable/disable the CSIP status display.

This is public domain material.
Samuel H. Smith, 12-11-91

Revision history
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12-11-91
Initial coding and release

12-28-91
Added logic to determine video segment at runtime (CSIPM no longer
needed on MONO display systems).

Changed display to show the last 5 values of SS:SP CS:IP instead of
only a single value.

Added logic to check SCROLL-LOCK state and to enable the status
display only when SCROLL-LOCK is active.



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