A new PCI-to-ISA bridge header file
|Reported by:||Karvjorm||Owned by:||nobody|
I have a PCI ISA bridge on one of my old laptop, so I wrote a header file for the National Semiconductor PC87200 chip (no idea, if I have this one on my computer). Chip is PCI 2.1 and 2.2 compliant, so it is hardly usable without modification of the Haiku's present PCI code. Code is still hardware untested. We should elaborate it more. Intel's PCI to ISA bridge is from the year 2000 (I think) and I do not know, if it is compatible with this device. More information: https://newscenter.ti.com/news-releases?item=125553
I added also a test to check that typdef structs are right size. :)
To prevent conflicting solutions I will enclose also one Google pantent pdf, that can be actual.
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