[Coco] TCP/IP Programming in Commodore BASIC
gheskett at wdtv.com
Tue Nov 9 23:31:12 EST 2010
On Tuesday, November 09, 2010 11:25:54 pm jdaggett at gate.net did opine:
> On 9 Nov 2010 at 9:32, gene heskett wrote:
> > I did DL the pdf on it, and while it may be usable, the interface will
> > be a
> > bear, with 5 IRQ lines, and 3 DMARQ/DMAAK pairs, it looks like a lot
> > of external translation support would be needed. Is this the chip
> > that this networking stack supports?
> The Sparkfun module is actually designed by Olimex and in the current
> form uses only 4 IRQs and no DMA.
> This modlue will require external circuitry to interface directly to the
> COCO expansion buss.
> Needed items are
> 1) a priority encoder - rather simple to design and implement
> 2) Essentially an ISA bus interface. Already available.
> 3) software, software and more software.
There is that, and the MPL, which is couched in terms I'd need quite a few
hundred bucks worth of legal advice to translate. Couple that with me
having to cram the assembly nemonics for a cpu I always considered a little
dain bramaged, and I believe I'll pass & let someone younger take a shot at
Personally, I'm more inclined to want to check out the WizNet 3150 kit, it
sounds pretty decent on paper at least.
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