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Re: External interrupt order problem



>Do you mean that if a first INTA cycle reads vector number X and next
>INTA cycle reads vector number Y, the interrupts will be executed
>in order (Y, then X) if the two interrupts are close to eachother ?

Yes.
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>You would get the described effect if the interrupts are enabled within
>the interrupt routines. A later arriving interrupt would then interrupt
>the execution of the previous one. 

Ah, that's a good hint, I'll have a look at the implementation of our
interrupt mask register, maybe we've got a bug there. 

Thank you !
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Dipl. Inform. Arne Bockholdt
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