Re: [hatari-devel] DIP switch support

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On 16 May 2016 at 10:17, Thomas Huth wrote:
> FYI, I've now pushed a patch that should now return the right default
> value (0x02) when reading the $ff9201 register.
That's the wrong value unfortunately.  I should have been more specific since I 
know you don't have a TT for testing.  This is what I get on my TT:
DIP switch settings:
	1-6 off, 7 on, 8 off
	(this is standard for a TT with HD floppy, according to the TT schematics)

Reading the word at ffff9200:	0xbf06
Reading the byte at ffff9200:	varies
Reading the byte at ffff9201:	0x06
Reading the word at 00ff9200:	0xbfff
Reading the byte at 00ff9200:	0xff
Reading the byte at 00ff9201:	0xff

Since the MMU maps 0xff?????? to 0x00??????, the values that differ are 
presumably pseudo-random floating values on the bus.  And since the _SWI cookie 
generated by TOS3 has a value of 0x000000bf, I conclude:
1. DIP switches 1-8 correspond to bits 0-7 in the appropriate hardware register
2. Setting a switch on sets the corresponding bit off
3. The DIP switches are mapped into the even byte of the word at 


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