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From: "N. Coesel"
Subject: Re: Simple ISA design to simple PCI design?
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 10:09:36 +0100
Organization: Planet Internet
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"Mike Harding" wrote in message
> On Sun, 3 Nov 2002 20:56:27 +0100, "N. Coesel" wrote:
> >"Rene Tschaggelar" wrote in message
> >> You should forget a PCI solution not for the hardware,
> >> the hardware is doable, but for the software. Who is
> >> going to write the driver ?
> >You don't really need a driver to access a card, especially if it's a
> >project or a test-setup. If you know the address, you can do direct port
> >I/O. That's how I test my FPGA PCI designs (with a PCI core).
> That will work in W98 and earlier but not in XP, W2000 and the like.
It will work in XP and W2000 as well. Look for a program called PCI-tree; it
does nothing but reading and writing directly to memory and I/O addresses.
AFAIK there is a DLL in windows that allows you to do this for debugging
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