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Added by Peter Maydell almost 10 years ago

target-arm: Implement a minimal set of cp14 debug registers

Newer ARM kernels try to probe for whether the CPU has hardware breakpoint
support. For this to work QEMU has to implement a minimal set of the cp14
debug registers. The architecture requires v7 cores to implement debug
and so there is no defined way to report its absence; however in practice
returning a zero DBGDIDR (ie with a reserved value for "debug architecture
version") should cause well-written hw debug users to do the right thing.
We also implement DBGDRAR and DBGDSAR as RAZ, indicating no memory mapped
debug components.

Signed-off-by: Peter Maydell <>
Signed-off-by: Aurelien Jarno <>

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