Subject: Re: PCI configuration
To: None <email@example.com>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 02/03/2001 19:43:10
>> I'm not yet dealing with bridges in my code. I have no real way to
>> test that, and I'm not sure how that would fit into where I am
>> placing it right now (at bus attachment). I could try to work that
>> up without a way to test it, but what I have now is useful,
>> functional, and even required for the Sandpoint port.
> I disagree. A fair number of PCI *cards* have bridges on them these
So? A Sandpoint port that doesn't work with them but does work with
"plain" cards is a lot more useful - to people working with Sandpoints
- than no Sandpoint port at all.
Or is this another "the good is the enemy of the best" argument?
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