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    For what it’s worth DOSBOX also has an interactive debugger that I’ve found extremely useful when debugging my sector lisp. It shows memory, code, and registers. You have to compile dosbox specifically for it depending on what system you’re running on, but it’s as easy as invoking the program with debug <prog>

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      Are you referring to this sector lisp, or some other one?

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        My sector lisp, which is written in 8086 and is so far much smaller, but unpublished because it is unfinished.

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          Ah, very exciting stuff. I’m looking forward to seeing you release it.

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      You might be interested in Movitz; it’s a freestanding Common Lisp system for x86 PCs.

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        I know! It was one of the inspirations.