Subject: Re: I'm starting (some) work on QDSS support.
To: David Evans <email@example.com>
From: Ken Wellsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/02/1998 10:46:28
I would be happy to help any way I can. Having never looked at the QDSS
driver, I've no idea just how different it might be. I can agree that
the serial drivers I worked on are relatively simple - had they not been
I doubt I could have written them... I suppose I should take a gander
at the QDSS driver - I can only guess that gluing it into the current
device structure is a challenge and even more of a challenge might be
things related to mapping memory around to gain access to the registers
and/or image map(s) and such.
| Boris Gjenero wrote:
| > Well, the QDSS driver is sufficiently commented so (at least for now) I
| > can see what it is trying to do. The problem comes when I try to look
| > at the NetBSD code and there are no comments where I really need to
| > figure out what is going on.
| The DVH11 driver might be a good reference. Serial ports are pretty simple
| things, even in the context of DHV weirdness. And one can poke Ken if one
| needs information.
| David Evans (NeXTMail/MIME OK) email@example.com