On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 01:04:06PM +0900, Atsushi Nemoto wrote:
> ralf> Aside of that I don't think we'll have any alternative to do
> ralf> something along the lines of your patch. There are for example
> ralf> systems where the high 8 bits of the I/O or memory address on
> ralf> the ISA bus are supplied in a separate register of the chipset,
> ralf> not as part of the memory address itself. It's really
> ralf> remarkable how much bad taste some hardware designers have ...
> So, what should we do for these tasteless hardware?
Punish it's developers with fish and chips .
> Is there any suggestions? (please don't say "Do not eat" ...)
Not a bad idea in context of fish and chips.
Well, talk to it's developers before it's too late. Or as it has already
happened for some hardware I think we should simply go with your
suggestion and make all those functions vectors.
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