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xDevKit Memory Breakpoints?

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I have a JTAG with xbdm installed and I'm using xdevkit to read and write memory. I can create instruction breakpoints using DebugTarget.SetBreakpoint() which is useful, but I REALLY need a memory breakpoint.

DebugTarget.SetDataBreakpoint() is an available function, but it doesn't appear to have any effect?

Either that, or some way to trace which addresses read/write to a memory address.

Any solutions? Thanks for your time!
 
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I have a JTAG with xbdm installed and I'm using xdevkit to read and write memory. I can create instruction breakpoints using DebugTarget.SetBreakpoint() which is useful, but I REALLY need a memory breakpoint.

DebugTarget.SetDataBreakpoint() is an available function, but it doesn't appear to have any effect?

Either that, or some way to trace which addresses read/write to a memory address.

Any solutions? Thanks for your time!
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You need to be on a dev kernel such as RGLoader in order to set memory breakpoints, however you can set a regular breakpoint within visual studio 2010(same with data breakpoints).
 
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