> I was thinking of a somewhat simplified design. First of all, I'd omit > the "interrupt after transfer" feature, since it is pretty useless. When > it is enabled, the CPU will be interrupted right after the write command > (to $df01 or $ff00) that initiated the transfer. If you're just tying to clone the REC, then maybe interrupts aren't to useful. I wonder if memory to memory transfers within the expansion memory and independent of the CPU (and not limited to the CPU's bus speed or width) might be useful, in which case an interrupt would also be useful. bogax Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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