Subject: Re: m68k comman part (was Re: mips ports ...)
To: Carsten Hammer <email@example.com>
From: Chris G Demetriou <Chris_G_Demetriou@UX2.SP.CS.CMU.EDU>
Date: 03/22/1996 10:44:54
> as far as i understand it something similar has been done by Niklas
> Halquist using inline functions for inb/outb and friends when he wrote
> support for isa cards in Amigas with bridgeboards for NetBSD 2 years ago.
And, indeed, in the past i've talked to him to find out what support
he needed, etc.
Doing this isn't particularly 'new.' Doing it in a manner that's
portable, rather than just kludging something on to the side of
already-broken interfaces is.
> It was possible to compile
> some of isa drivers in NetBSD-Amiga and successfully use them.
And, now, since a few other isa drivers in /sys/dev/isa should be
able to compile cleanly -- with no modifications -- on an amiga system
with the proper support, somebody should do the right thing and make