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Basic Bot has problems with N64 #1305

Heath123 opened this issue Aug 31, 2018 · 1 comment


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commented Aug 31, 2018

The Basic Bot does not support values of over 8 hex digits (32 bits) 6 hex digits (24 bits) for memory addresses, whereas the N64 requires 16 digits (64 bits) 8 digits (32 bits). This crashes the Mupen64 core. If I attempt to hack in a higher value into the .bot XML file it complains that it is not an Int32. It only works if the value is hardcoded into the source itself. It also does not support floats.

The RAM Watch tool has no problems with these and properly pads addresses to the right size so code may need to be ported from this.

@Heath123 Heath123 referenced this issue Oct 5, 2018


RED LION #1006


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commented Nov 30, 2018

The memory domain is set to rdram. the core is crashing because you dont understand what memory domains mean and youre probing the wrong memory with the wrong values.
if you're still working on this and need floats, add a new issue for a float enhancement request.

@zeromus zeromus closed this in 615d784 Nov 30, 2018

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