Re: [cc65] Re: cbm_read blocks on empty rs232 buffer

From: Groepaz <groepaz1gmx.net>
Date: 2013-11-01 23:03:27
On Friday 01 November 2013, you wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> But, CC65 programs turn off the BASIC ROM.  That location is in the middle
> 
> > of the program's address space; therefore, you don't want the device.to
> > create the buffers.  Your program must provide buffers before it opens
> > the device.  Here is some C-language code that does the job: [...]
> 
> Here comes the non-CBM-guy again: Wouldn't it make sense to put that type
> of code into a SER driver?

yep. it'll also make sense to ignore the kernal rs232 code alltogether (since 
it doesnt work reliably with 2400 baud) - just noone came up with a c64-stdser 
driver yet :)

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