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Re: Finding Interrupt Vector Number for PIT
- From: Bart Veer <bartv at ecoscentric dot com>
- To: khateeb4u at yahoo dot com
- Cc: ecos-discuss at ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 22:29:59 +0000 (GMT)
- Subject: Re: [ECOS] Finding Interrupt Vector Number for PIT
- References: <email@example.com>
>>>>> " " == AbdullahKhateeb Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I am using Intel P-4 Desktop computer as a target. My host
> platform is an i386-pc (window based)
> #define PC_PIT_CONTROL (0x43)
> #define PC_PIT_CLOCK_0 (0x40)
> #define PC_PIT_CLOCK_1 (0x41)
> #define PC_PIT_CLOCK_2 (0x42)
> The above mentioned piece of code is taken from "var_intr.h". It
> shows that Programmable Interval Timer (PIT) includes three
> seperate timers. The addresses 0x40, 0x41, 0x42, 0x43 are the I/O
> addresses used to program these timers. I know how to program these
> Timers in different modes.
> To program any of these timers to generate interrupt and to map an
> ISR at its interrupt i need to know the interrupt vector number
> where i have to store the address of ISR.
> How can i find the interrupt vector number of PC_PIT_CLOCK_0?
CYGNUM_HAL_INTERRUPT_TIMER. The interrupt vectors are always #define'd
directly or indirectly in <cyg/hal/hal_intr.h>. For a PC target
hal_intr.h #include's var_intr.h #include's plf_intr.h #include's
pcmb_intr.h, which defines all the interrupt vectors for a standard PC
Note that on a standard PC only the first timer is hooked up to the
interrupt controller. The other two timers cannot generate interrupts.
For more information on PC hardware you can consult a standard
reference such as Messmer's "The Indispensable PC Hardware Book".
That first timer is normally used for the eCos system clock so is not
available to application code.
Bart Veer eCos Configuration Architect
http://www.ecoscentric.com/ The eCos and RedBoot experts
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