[Overview][Constants][Types][Procedures and functions][Index] Reference for unit 'Exec' (#aros)


Enter supervisor state with user stack


Source position: exec.pas line 1233

function SuperState: APTR;


Enter supervisor mode while running on the user's stack. The user still has access to user stack variables. Be careful though, the user stack must be large enough to accommodate space for all interrupt data -- this includes all possible nesting of interrupts. This function does nothing when called from supervisor state. This is not a good function to use, it has limited scope, and will probably be even less useful in the future.


You can easily cause your system to cease operating normally.

See also



Trap to a short supervisor mode function



Return to user state with user stack

Documentation generated on: 2017-01-10