From: Marko Mäkelä (marko.makela_at_hut.fi)
Date: 2002-10-02 15:51:30
I'm resending the following message, as it bounced due to unrecognized address. Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 15:34:16 +0200 From: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <200210021334.g92DYG121637@germaninfo9.netzdienste.de> Am 02.10.2002 um 13:21 Uhr haben Sie geschrieben: > Hello, > > a friend and I built some interface for c64 / c128 to connect it to > > external hardware. What kind of cable do you use ? [Transferring Bytes via SDR] > The strange thing is, the number of bits transferred is always > right. I think there is no way of reading the number of transferred bits, only a flag is set after 8 bits are received. If the last bit needs one hour to be transmitted, the cia does not care. I tried to solve this Problem by using Watchdogs. I always assumed, that the sending cia does send all bits, no matter what happens.. > How do I re-align the shift registers to the byte-borders ? I think, setting the SDR-Direction to output, then back to input, resets the bit-counter. > I found no docu that describes this case. > The two (untested) ideas I have is > -toggling the SDR in/output flag in CRA. > -reading SDR of receiver after x<8 bits are shifted in I did also have Problems with transferring Bytes, and i think toggling in/out helps. Some of my attempts can be found at www.c65.org , then to ringnetwork. Have Fun, Andre Kaesmacher Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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