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No exactly it wouldn't, but the exception handler gets handed a structure that contains the register values of both user and supervisor registers; that is also how you would modify supervisor level register as they're written back (although filtered) when the exception handler returns, which allows you to set bits such as MSR[SE] to single step.

But the documentation is correct, you can not execute supervisor isa instructions in the exception handler context (as I wrote previously, PowerPC Mac OS always run in usermode and that included exception handling).
That sounds weird, did it trigger if you did perform an 'sc' for example?
I didn't try sc. Just mfspr.
Anyway, the exception handler documentation says the handler is executed in the same context as when it was installed, so it also wouldn't be able to execute supervisor mode instructions.

I found that in 2004 I did Jasik Nosy on the XLR8 Mach Speed Control Panel. It did some weird stuff that maybe involves the 68K emulator to get into supervisor mode? I don't remember how far I got into looking at that or why I was looking at it - it's been almost a couple decades.  The reason I say 68K emulator is because of some addresses, used in the code, in the 0x68000000 ... 0x69000000 range which I read recently might be related to the 68K emulator which I know very little about.

Here's some incomplete pseudo code. XLR8 Mach Speed Control doesn't include debugger symbols like the PowerLogix CPU Director app does so I had to make up some function names.
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CD/DVD Authoring & Burning Software / Re: emagic waveburner (2001)
« Last post by IIO on November 30, 2022, 11:46:54 AM »

at the times of the first versions of masterlist CD people were writing DDP data exclusively to tape, because it was the only medium big enough to hold that data while beeing portable with physical mail services.

it was already called "DDP" but nobody would have thought that later you were going to export "image files" to hard disks or transfer the data via FTP upload.

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CD/DVD Authoring & Burning Software / Re: emagic waveburner (2001)
« Last post by DieHard on November 30, 2022, 11:27:41 AM »
Is there a big difference between toast and jam? I thought toast could burn audio CDs so jam would be unnecessary but maybe that's only on older versions.

Huge difference.  Jam has more CD text features, crossfades and other features that toast does not have
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