Subject: Re: more on the 400-series utility chip
To: Herb Peyerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: mike smith <email@example.com>
Date: 03/22/1997 01:08:04
Herb Peyerl wrote:
> mike smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > pic base+0xe0
> > No details on this one? 8(
> picbase+0x0 upper interrupt enable reg.
> picbase+0x4 lower interrupt enable reg.
Am I getting too demanding yet? How about bit assignments
for thes registers? So far I have the four internal
SIOs on the 4 MSb's of these enables; how about the ISA
interrupt; does it rate a bit here somewhere? The timer?
> picbase+0x18 interrupt vector register
> picbase+0x1c interrupt ack (?)
Yeow! Them's the good stuff; the IVR tells me that this
part can autovector, which might be handy. The ack register
will take some playing with; it might take a binary value
or bit pattern write, or a read or write to acknowledge all
of the pending interrupts (erk, race-o-rama).
Any idea which IPL this part is normally on?
> as far as pio goes:
> piobase+0x0 parallel input register
> piobase+0x4 input polarity register
> piobase+0x8 input edge/level register
Teaser, I'm sure. Where's the pio register? Wonder if it
actually goes anywhere on the 425?
Mike Smith *BSD hack Unix hardware collector
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