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- From: "Suzuki, RyosIII" <ryos at sinby dot com>
- To: ecos-devel at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2003 02:08:38 +0900
- Subject: sh implementation
I have a question about HAL_RESET_CLOCK and HAL_INTERRUPT_
ACKNOWREDGE in sh implementation.
it seems sh's HAL_RESET_CLOCK clears interrupt cause. and
HAL_INTERRUPT_ACKNOWREDGE does nothing. but in other
architectures, mips, arm, sparc, i386 ... I see
HAL_RESET_CLOCK is used to reset clock counter not to clear
interrupt cause. HAL_INTERRUPT_ACKNOWREDGE is used to clear
I feel that sh implementation is different from others.