Yeah, I agree it's hard to not go too far. But coming from a compiler
company you begin to look at everything as a language.
Honestly, having gone through my first port/debug this weekend, I would say
another feature would be a index listing file of the include files, paths,
and the generated options would be nice. I spent a lot of time figuring
out just which include file was being used.
A second point is on items for 2.0. I had to track down three places where
the serial port got its baud rate reset. I kept loosing debug
messages. How about some flags to test if a device is already initialized?
At 07:54 AM 5/20/2003 -0600, ron minnich wrote:
On Tue, 20 May 2003 jarcher(a)pobox.com wrote:
I may be going to far here, but what about the
ability to define new
devices? Or composite devices.
cpu p3 # Warp disk controller
Also I don't know if the current structure allows options.
superio vendor/model IDE2=0 # For setting #defines for this
warpdisk ID=0 MAXDISK=3
warpdisk ID=1 MAXDISK=2
well, at what point are we going overboard? but we'll look at it. It's an
There was a reason I made the original language so dumb ... :=) Once you
make it a real language too many things are possible :-)
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