t.fadden at cox.net
Mon Mar 6 18:42:11 EST 2017
On 3/6/2017 1:21 PM, Tim Fadden wrote:
> Quick question....
> Is reading the source code the only detailed documentation for the
> xmode command options, and what the values do?
> I was looking at the nitros9 wiki docs, but I couldn't find any
> detailed docs there.
> The options have changed at some time later that the detailed help I
> have on it. :-)
I have been looking for the last couple of hours with no success.
Where can I get information on what values do what on these?
nam=t2 mgr=SCF ddr=sc6551 hpn=07 hpa=FF68 upc=00 bso=01 dlo=00
eko=01 alf=01 nul=00 pau=01 pag=18 bsp=08 del=18 eor=0D
eof=1B rpr=04 dup=01 psc=17 int=03 qut=05 bse=08 ovf=07
par=00 bau=06 xon=11 xof=13 col=50 row=18 xtp=00 wnd=00
val= sty= cpx= cpy= fgc= bgc= bdc=
some of them are abviously on or off ie 0 or 1 some not so, and some I
have no idea what they are.
I have this from an old doc:
Determines baud rate, word length, and stop-bits for a serial device.
This byte is bit-mapped as follows:
Bits: 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
----- ---------- ----- --------------------
Stop bits Word length Reserved Baud rate
0 - 1 bit 00 - 8 bits 0 - 110 3 - 1200 6 - 9600
1 - 2 bits 01 - 7 bits 1 - 300 4 - 2400 7 - 19200*
2 - 600 5 - 4800 8 - 32000**
* This is for ACIAPAK only ** For SIO driver only
Ex: xmode /p baud=22 gives 1 stop bit, 7 data bits, and 600 baud
xmode /t3 baud=86 gives 2 stop bits, 8 data bits, and 9600 baud
I am assuming the values need to be converted from bin to dec, and not
hex? I understand this and can figure it out, but what about the other
Some of the names have changed since the doc was made.
I looked through the nitros9 source code, bud didn't have any luck.
how about "par" parity I assume, there is none odd and even what value
do I plug in?
sorry for being such a pest, but I am getting frustrated.
any help or pointers are greatly appreciated.
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