boot3/Patches/PatchSEROM.a
Elliot Nunn 5b0f0cc134 Bring in CubeE sources
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; File: PatchSEROM.a
;
; Contains: patches for the first ROMs shipped in a Macintosh SE ($0276)
;
; Copyright: © 1985-1992 by Apple Computer, Inc., all rights reserved.
;
; Change History (most recent first):
;
; <60> 1/19/92 DTY Look at emAppleTalkInactiveOnBoot before getting the AppleTalk
; version. If AppleTalk is inactive, donÕt set up the serial port
; for use by AppleTalk. This is part of a large conspiracy to
; convince the universe that AppleTalk really isnÕt around if it
; is inactive.
; <59> 8/30/91 DTY Define onMacPP & has3rdFloppy in this file now that theyÕre no
; longer available features in BBSStartup. onMacPP is 1 because
; this patch files applies to the SE ROM. has3rdFloppy is true
; because this file used to use {DefsPP}. If this file is ever
; used in a ROM build (which it probably wonÕt), has3rdFloppy is
; false because our new ROMs donÕt do that kind of thing any more.
; <58> 6/12/91 LN removed #include 'HardwareEqu.a'
; <57> 3/17/91 eh Serial driver status calls 9 and $8000 now return hardcoded
; driver version instead of getting it from DCE. This obviates the
; need for the linked patch to _Open to patch the version number
; in the DCE, a fix which was causing FileShare to crash.
; <56> 3/4/91 dba dty: get rid of SysVers conditionals
; <55> 2/21/91 eh (djw) Fixed bug in serial driver that was preventing use of one
; port when Nike was printing on the other.
; <54> 1/30/91 dnf csd/dba, #dnf003: For 7.0, remove the patch that ensured that
; BTCBs for the catalog and extents files were deallocated on
; _Eject and _Offline. We no longer close the b*tree control
; files on _Eject and _Offline, so we no longer need to
; deallocate their BTCBs.
; <53> 1/19/91 mbs (jg) Include new ATalkPrivateEQU.a to get AGBHandle equates
; since they were removed from ATalkEQU.a
; <52> 1/19/91 eh (djw) Patch portA async serial driver headers to insert
; signature long word for use in serial driver linked patch.
; Insert signature before already patched port B driver headers.
; Change port arbitration code to call new 'atkv' Gestalt call
; instead of old 'atlk' call.
; <51> 1/14/91 eh (djw) Added external clocking support for Nike Printer to the
; Async Serial Driver.
; <50> 12/15/90 djw (jwk) Add SCSI Mgr support for Quantum 7.9 ROM problem by adding
; a separate TIB interpreter and replacing blind write
; <49> 12/14/90 dnf (jsm) Turn all patches on the ExtFSHook off for 7.0. They are
; now linked patches in LaterFileMgrPatches.a
; <48> 12/13/90 BBM (stb) move the patch to compactmem into memorymgrpatches.a.
; <47> 11/26/90 JSM <bbm> Delete come-from patch on _StackSpace inside RgnOp since
; it never worked (see QuickDrawPatches.a for details), move
; come-from patches on _DisposeHandle inside CloseDialog and
; _ValidRect inside SetIText to DialogMgrPatches.a.
; <46> 11/20/90 JSM <dba> Move come-from patch on _GetResource inside GetNextEvent
; to disable FKEYs from the keypad to ToolboxEventMgrPatches.a,
; which means the entire _GetResource patch here is unneeded for
; 7.0.
; <45> 11/14/90 JSM <bbm> Move come-from patch on _TEAutoView to fix dialog manager
; bug to DialogManagerPatches.a.
; <44> 11/9/90 dba & gbm; Move LoadResource patch that checks for errors while
; loading WDEFs and CDEFs to WindowMgrPatches.a and
; ControlMgrPatches.a Ñ one more step towards the obsolescence of
; this file
; <43> 9/25/90 KIP Change Sound Mgr. to a linked patch.
; <42> 9/22/90 dba get rid of Time Mgr. patching here since we now use the real
; TimeMgr.a to make a linked patch; get rid of obsolete ADB
; patches
; <41> 9/21/90 KON Make stdBits patch a linked patch and moved it to
; AllB&WPatches.a
; <40> 8/18/90 dba get rid of ptchInst 7 and 8 (Sony Format and Eject patches) as
; they are now linked patches
; <39> 8/14/90 DTY Removed PtchInst 0 since TextEdit is now a linked patch.
; <38> 8/8/90 SAM Changing DispatchHelper & ProcHelper into an old style ptch.
; ¥¥¥--> Temporary <--¥¥¥ Remove when the Sound ptch get converted
; into an Lptch.
; <37> 8/7/90 DTY ADBMgrPatch (ptch 34) is a linked patch now.
; <36> 7/30/90 dnf Remove installation of ptch 18 (File Manager) and ptch 6 (Btree
; Manager), now linked patches
; <35> 7/23/90 dba get rid of ptch 1 since Menu Mgr. is now a linked patch
; <34> 7/23/90 dba get rid of ptch 25 for 7.0; it is covered by DialogMgrPatches;
; get rid of extraneous pre-6.0.6 SysVers conditionals; removed
; ptchInst 16 since PrGlue is a linked patch
; <33> 7/20/90 DTY Remove ptchInst 10 & 11 since Bass is a linked patch now.
; <32> 7/20/90 CCH NEEDED FOR SIXPACK: Removed HwPriv patch since it is now a
; linked patch.
; <31> 7/20/90 GMR Install ptch 7 on SuperDrive ROMS as well now.
; <30> 7/16/90 gbm Kill a few warnings
; <29> 7/16/90 DDG NEEDED FOR SIXPACK: I disabled the patch I made to fix the
; button CDEF, since it causes much more problems than it fixes.
; At some point (when I have more time) I may come back and fix
; this patch for real.
; <28> 7/2/90 DTY Removed ptchInst 21 since Resource Manager extensions are now a
; linked patch.
; <27> 6/29/90 DDG NEEDED FOR SIXPACK: Added patches to SectRgn and DrawText in
; order to fix a bug in the button CDEF.
; <26> 6/26/90 DTY Removed ptchInst 2 since Notification Manager is now a linked
; patch.
; <25> 6/25/90 DTY Removed ptchInst 9 since ScrollSpeedFix now in a linked patch.
; <24> 6/19/90 VL Get rid of ptchinst 29 since MiscPatches is a linked patch.
; <23> 6/12/90 JSM Remove PtchInst 33 since PPC Toolbox is a linked patch now.
; <22> 6/11/90 EMT Moved alternate trap dispatcher loading to boot blocks.
; <21> 6/7/90 EMT Remove PtchInst 17 since Layer Manager is a linked patch now.
; <20> 6/7/90 VL Help Mgr is now a linked patch. Get rid of ptch 28.
; <19> 5/29/90 DDG NEEDED FOR SIXPACK: Changed all the sixpack conditionals from
; six-point-oh-seven to six-point-oh-six.
; <18> 5/10/90 JSM AliasMgr now a linked patch, don't install it here anymore.
; <17> 5/2/90 BBM add makesysfree for 6.0 systems
; <16> 4/16/90 SMB Changed 'ptch' 27 conditionals to include it for 6.0.6 builds.
; <15> 4/16/90 csd moved ptch 29 (misc including Shutdown Manager) before ptch 33
; (PPC) because the PPC loader calls ShutdownInstall.
; <14> 4/16/90 DDG Rolled over some bug fixes from the system 6 split off sources
; back into the main ones: we now install patch 25 (generic
; patches for all systems) and we added a hwPriv patch. Helpers:
; BBM, djw
; <13> 4/11/90 dba get rid of patch to InitApplZone for 7.0; move PPC after B-Tree
; Manager
; <12> 4/4/90 KON get rid of ptch 44 and ptch 35 since they are now linked ptches.
; <11> 3/29/90 KON Added ptch 44, a QD patch for all B&W machines.
; <10> 3/23/90 NC Added ptch 43 for System 6.0.6 on up. This is for Sound.
; <9> 3/20/90 PWD Changed install of ATP SendRequest patch to check to see if
; AGBHandle is already allocated.
; <8> 3/7/90 dba change MyDisposHandle to use BackToTrap
; <7> 2/5/90 DDG Fix SysBeep by including it in the sound manager patch instead
; of the individual patches for each ROM. (Neil [NC] actually did
; the fix)
; <6> 2/4/90 dba get rid of SysBeepPatch because it is in the Sound Mgr. patch
; <5> 1/31/90 SMB NEEDED FOR Scripts604 and 6.0.5 - Fixed Dialog Mgr bug that
; didn't get rolled into rom. Have to do a come-from patch in
; TEAutoView to fix a rect for R-to-L text.
; <4> 1/22/90 PKE Used new InstallGestaltEarly symbol to control whether Gestalt's
; ptch 5 installation is done earlier (needed for TextEdit 3.0),
; and made it happen for SysVers>=$605 instead of SysVers>=$700.
; (This is already in the System6Proj sources).
; <3> 1/12/90 CCH Added include of ÒHardwarePrivateEqu.aÓ.
; <2> 1/4/90 dba conditionalized out WaitNextEvent for 7.0 since we always have
; MultiFinder; install BadTrap patch for DebugStr as well as
; Debugger for 7.0, since we have a large trap table; get rid of
; Launch patch for Radius for 7.0 because Ed Tecot sez, and
; because it just makes some Radius features go away, it doesnÕt
; crash (we told Radius this would happen); got rid of pre-HMenus
; Menu Mgr. patches and got rid of the HMenus conditional; got rid
; of the patch and setup that was used to do the override of the
; MBDF for switch-launching since 7.0 does not switch launch
; (MultiFinder-only); renamed some symbols and got rid of some
; extraneous equates to avoid warnings
; <1> 12/17/89 CCH Adding for the first time into BBS.
; <6.0> 12/11/89 GMR Added ptchInst 8; Sony Format patch is now in it's own patch
; file (FormatPatch.a).
; <5.9> 11/29/89 GGD NEEDED FOR 6.0.5 Enabled the Extended Time Manager (which
; matches the code that is in the IIci/Portable ROMs) Enabled the
; New ADB Manager (which matches the code that is in the IIci ROM)
; Initialized the new LowMem TimeViaDB which was introduced with
; the IIci ROM
; <5.8> 11/21/89 EMT NEEDED FOR 6.0.5: Added humane scrolling.
; <5.7> 11/10/89 rwh NICE FOR 6.0.5: for ptch38, remove check for hwPriv already
; <5.6> 10/25/89 rwh NICE FOR 6.0.5: add ptch38, backpatch hwPriv for accelerated
; SE's.
; <5.5> 10/16/89 csd Moved the code that installs the expanded trap dispatcher to the
; start of the install section, above all other patches.
; <5.4> 10/15/89 BAL Added support for 32-Bit QuickDraw pictures via ptch 35
; <5.3> 10/14/89 GMR Re-added ptch34 - ADB manager patch, for system 7.0
; <5.2> 10/10/89 GMR Backed out ptch 34, until it can be cleaned up
; <5.1> 10/6/89 JSM Removed SnarfMan 'ptch', now PACK 13.
; <5.0> 10/3/89 GMR Added ptch 34, Gary D's new ADB manager, for 7.0.
; <4.9> 9/26/89 CVC Added the PPC Toolbox as a 'ptch'.
; <4.8> 9/4/89 PKE Install Script Manager 7.0 extensions, ptch 27.
; <4.7> 8/28/89 SES Removed references to nFiles.
; <4.6> 8/22/89 PKE NEEDED FOR 6.0.4 (SCRIPTS BUILD) & 7.0: Conditionalize 4.5 for
; Scripts604 OR (SysVers >= $700)
; <4.5> 8/19/89 PKE NEEDED FOR 6.0.4 (SCRIPTS BUILD) & 7.0: Moved PtchInst 5
; (Gestalt) ahead of (most) other PtchInsts so they can use
; Gestalt.
; <4.4> 8/9/89 GMR Added ptch 29 - BigBang only patches for all ROMs
; <4.3> 8/1/89 BG Modified the conditional in <4.1> to be (SysVers >= $700) to
; make sure that this patch never appears in a 6.0.x build.
; <4.2> 7/25/89 GMR Needed for 6.0.4: Added Sony Eject patch (ptch 7)
; <4.1> 7/7/89 BG Added Gary D.'s optimized A-Trap dispatcher (which adds an
; extended Toolbox trap table) to the Mac SE.
; <4.0> 6/30/89 BBM Added resource mgr extensions ('ptch' 21)
; <3.9> 6/29/89 RLC Added HelpMgr PtchInst #28
; <3.8> 6/21/89 NJC Added a ptchinst 3 to if it wasn't already there and added in a
; commented-out ptchinst 23 for the sound dispatcher,DJ, and S.M.
; enhancements.
; <3.7> 6/13/89 dnf Moved btree ptch install after hfs70 ptch install.
; <¥3.6> 6/10/89 CEL Moved Private.a QuickDraw Equates into proper QuickDraw private
; file (colorequ.a), got rid of QuickDraw nFiles dependencies and
; fixed up necessary filesÉ
; <3.5> 5/31/89 CEL Only defined Spline_Font variable if it is undefined - makes it
; easier to build test 6.0.4 systems
; <3.4> 5/31/89 prp Added Alias Manager Support
; <3.3> 5/30/89 dnf Added HFS 7.0 Enhancements (ptch 18)
; <3.2> 5/26/89 CCH Conditionalized out install of 6.0.4 PrGlue.
; <3.1> 5/25/89 CCH Re-added PrGlue patch taken out in v2.4 for 6.0.4.
; <3.0> 5/23/89 EVA SysVers conditional is $700 for deferred task patch
; <2.9> 5/23/89 jaz Change version conditionals to check for $700 instead of $604
; <2.8> 5/19/89 jaz Add code to patch in Gary D's new Extended Time Manager
; <2.7> 5/18/89 ggd (Really EH) Add Deferred Task Manager and patched Level 1 thru 3
; interrupt handlers.
; <2.6> 5/16/89 EMT Moved include of ToolTrapFix so that it would be executed at
; installation time.
; <2.5> 5/13/89 EMT Added Window Manager extensions (Layers).
; <2.4> 5/8/89 NMB Replaced PrGlue with Ginsu's PrGlue.
; <2.3> 5/3/89 CEL Rolling in Bass for the first time into EASEÉ
; <2.2> 4/18/89 JSM Install SnarfMan 'ptch'.
; <2.1> 4/17/89 CCH Rolled out Altair changes.
; <2.0> 3/22/89 CCH Now looks for DiskCachePriv.a in {AIncludes}.
; <1.9> 3/21/89 KST Added install code to bring in Btree Manager.
; <1.8> 3/17/89 CCH Fixed install of Cache Control Trap so that it installs on
; 6.0.4.
; <1.7> 2/22/89 CCH Added install code to bring in Gestalt patch.
; <1.6> 2/21/89 JB (DNF, actually) These files seems to work, so I'm checking them
; back in.
; <1.5> 2/20/89 JB Cleaned up revision history comments.
; <1.4> 2/20/89 JB Moved MapFBlock and "not a Mac disk" ExtFSHook patches from
; BeforePatches.a
; <¥1.3> 2/20/89 JB Moved cache control trap from BeforePatches.a
; <1.2> 1/31/89 CCH Merged changes from 6.0.3.
; <1.1> 1/16/89 CCH Merged 6.0.3 final sources into 7.0.
; <1.0> 11/16/88 CCH Added to EASE.
; PMAB581> 10/16/88 GGD Installed latest version of TimeMgr, which also includes work
; around for bug with Rockwell VIAs (6.0.3 and Altair) Replaces
; PMAB564
; PMAB574> 9/25/88 jwk Rolled enhancements to old SCSI Mgr to support new SCSI Mgr
; trap.
; <PMA572> 9/22/88 jwk Added Deferred Task Mgr to the Plus and SE.
; PMAB564> 8/18/88 ggd Patched in the New Improved Time Manager for all CPUs,
; Completely replaces old Time Manager, and replaces patches on
; MacPlus and MacSE.
; <PA511> 6/24/88 JB Added patch to fix UpdAltMDB to use correct disk address on
; 1440k disks
; <S497> 6/7/88 med Changed Script Manager to ptch resource
; <PA489> 5/4/88 EMT Addition to PA419 - Remove Radius SetTrapAddress patch.
; <s481> 4/27/88 bbm There was a small window after the vremove where a timer
; interrupt could happen. Since the sound driver services the
; timer in the vbl task, the code to reinstall the vbl task would
; never happen.
; PMAB466> 4/13/88 JWK Fixed SCSIGet to perform cleaner arbitration.
; PMAB457> 4/7/88 RWW Fixed CloseDialog to properly dispose TERecord
; PMAB449> 3/30/88 rwh replace SysEnvirons code w/INCLUDE SysEnvirons.a (Version 2!)
; PMAB442> 3/25/88 EKH Fixed 'PatchInstall' fail bug. (Wasn't calling SysErr
; correctly).
; <PA419> 3/4/88 EMT Radius FPD SE disables PMA314 - patch PA176 to reassert.
; <PMA418> 3/4/88 EMT Fix bug in PMA314 which left ROMMapInsert set.
; PMAB407> 2/26/88 DAF Removed PMAB370 (UprStr). I didn't know that you could use
; UprStr to just strip diacriticals. My post processing was
; causing AppleShare to get grave accents accidentally when
; stripping names. This can still be fixed, it just requires a
; deeper fix rather than post processing.
; PMAB401> 2/23/88 djw Bug in async driver - killIO did not set reg D0 to good return
; status. Combine with patch PMAB372
; <PMA399> 2/21/88 DAF Fixed StdBits to use (corrected) PackBits (for Scanner app).
; PMAB372> 1/26/88 djw Fixed DTR bug in async serial driver - a jump to the wrong label
; PMAB370> 1/25/88 DAF UprStr had an "a" instead of a "`" in it's case table, so I
; added a post-call scan of the string to fix this.
; <PMA361> 1/18/88 AWC Add fast polygon stuff to PatchPlusROM.a, PatchSEROM.a
; PMAB354> 1/7/88 EMT Unimplemented Toolbox versions of 12 bisexual traps
; PMAB344> 12/22/87 JSP Modified to not install sony driver patches if version number of
; driver is greater than one.
; PMAB340> 12/17/87 EMT Miscellaneous fixes to NMgr + System Alarm uses NMgr.
; PMAB335> 12/15/87 EMT ptchInstall now calls SysError on failure
; PMAB329> 12/10/87 JWK Fixed PMAB295 to avoid 10 sec delay when booting with no SCSI
; devices attached.
; <PMA325> 12/8/87 jw new SysBeep, calls SndPlay like on Mac II
; PMAB318> 11/30/87 jw Added new improved sound manager.
; PMAB317> 11/28/87 EMT Added Notification Manager.
; PMAB315> 11/25/87 RWW Err, GetResource doesn't return resNotFound? Fixed ptchInstall
; <PMA314> 11/25/87 EMT Patch GetResource to get MBDF instead of ROM override on Plus,
; SE
; PMAB308> 11/24/87 RWW Added ptchInstall, which installs 'ptch' resources. This saves
; keeping duplicate copies of identical code in several patch
; files.
; <PMA311> 11/24/87 EMT Install Menu Manager using 'ptchInstall' method. Undoes PMA097.
; PMAB309> 11/24/87 RWW Massive, world-shattering change - yank TE patches and do this
; whizzy new installation. This one patch, in one fell swoop,
; replaces the following old, sometimes ugly patches: P001, P002,
; P003, P004, P013, P016, P017, P018, P024, P025, P026, PO31,
; P032, P033, P034, P035, P036, P037, P038, P039, P040, P041,
; PA064, PA065, PA066, PA070, PA085, PABM139, PABM197, PABM198,
; PA199, PA200, PABM201, PABM202, PABM203, PABM250
; PMAB305> 11/22/87 DAF Fixed RgnOp buffer calculation bug.
; PMAB301> 11/15/87 ABO Fix ATP delayed duplicate response bug
; <PMA299> 10/27/87 NMB Fixed DrText using _StdTxMeas so that QuickDraw could cope with
; fonts >128Kb.
; <PM298> 10/27/87 NMB Replaced FMSwapFont since the Font Manager couldn't cope with
; fonts >128Kb. That has been fixed.
; PMAB295> 10/20/87 SHF Modified last call to SCSILoad -- increased patched select
; timeout to 25 msec (was 5); made more robust for CD ROM.
; <PAB291> 9/26/87 DBG Changed mouse button debounce time back to 20 msec, and changed
; code so that mouse downs always get noticed. The code will now
; never discard a down/up pair, only up/down pairs.
; <PAB288> 9/24/87 CSL Reduced the mouse button delayed time from 20 msec. to 10 msec.
; PMAB284> 9/21/87 JTC Fix patch to MoveHHi to prevent dinky free blocks from being
; created. Patch involves just adding to the part of the loop
; already patched.
; <pma287> 9/18/87 bbm sound manager uses sound manager uses soundactive different than
; sound driver. Thus soundactive could be true with no sound vbl
; task installed. So now we check for an error from vremove, which
; we should have done in the first place. (This is the same patch
; as S278, which got deleted when PMAB284 was checked in.)
; PMAB270> 9/13/87 FJL Fix DrawPicture patch (in DrawPicturePatch.a) to first check for
; valid picture handle and pointer, then do GetState, lock, and
; SetState on return. At the request of Sheila, Phil and Scott.
; <PA267> 9/8/87 CRC Fixed silly bug in GetMaskTab (FMSwapFont) patch.
; <s263> 9/7/87 bbm The current sound driver uses low memory as a vbl queue element.
; A bug occurs if sound is active. The low memory queue element is
; zeroed regardless if there is a next element in the queue or
; not. Thus the machine may hang. The fix forces the sound vbl
; queue element to be last in the queue always.
; PMAB253> 8/27/87 CRC Fixed MaxSizeRsrc in FontMgr for Radius (once again)
; PABM250> 8/25/87 MBK TextEdit: Patched DisposPtr and StackSpace to fix Pixel2Char
; dispose bug
; PMAB241> 8/25/87 RDC Added patch for BadTrap handler routine to save registers before
; exiting to SysError routine - needed for new MacsBug.
; <PAB229> 7/23/87 WRL MouseDrvr MouseDrvr New, improved mouse button debouncing code
; for ADB machines.
; <PMA218> 7/22/87 JTC InitApplZone InitApplZone Patch InitApplZone to base
; ApplLimit/HiHeapMark on SP not BufPtr. This helps at start time
; when the stack world is in the middle of RAM and some hoggish
; apps want to do a MaxApplZone on the miniheap.
; PMAB226> 7/21/87 GWN Backout PMAB216.
; PMAB216> 7/21/87 GWN Patch Read, Write, Control and Status to fix Async problem.
; <PMA211> 7/20/87 SHF SCSIRead,SCSIWrite,SCSIRBlind,SCSIWBlind SCSIMgr.a SCSI Mgr:
; fixed scLoop bug in TIB interpreter.
; PMAB210> 7/20/87 DAF LoadResource CallWindow,CallControl Improved handling of CDEFs
; and WDEFs for Juggler
; <PMA207> 7/17/87 EHB PackBits PackBits Patched packBits to allow scanlines > 127
; bytes
; <PA199> 7/9/87 MBK GetFontInfo TESetStyle TextEdit: Fix to SE patch that set point
; size of 0 to 1 (should leave it)
; PABM203> 7/9/87 MBK FindLine RecalLines TextEdit: Fix to deletion bug (display would
; get messed up)
; PABM202> 7/9/87 MBK FindLine RecalLines TextEdit: Fix to recalibration bomb when
; text length = 32,767
; PABM201> 7/9/87 MBK FindLine SetLineHite TextEdit: Fix to allow fixed line heights
; to work
; <PA200> 7/9/87 MBK TextWidth Char2Pixel TextEdit: Fix to check if style record
; before accessing style handle
; PABM197> 7/9/87 MBK HLock TEStylInsert TextEdit: Fix to TEStylInsert call when
; record is deactivated
; PABM198> 7/9/87 MBK HLock,HUnlock,TEDispose,TESetSelect,TEClick,TEDispatch,TEKey
; TextEdit: Fix to allow styles to be set at null selection
; <PAB191> 7/2/87 CSL ADBReInit Kbd.a Added pre- and post- processing routine hook for
; ADBReinit.
; <PAB192> 7/2/87 EMT ADBProc KbdDrvr Use JADBProc to clean up on ADBReInit
; PABM186> 7/1/87 CRC GetResource RealFont Took out PA165 and replaced GetHandleSize
; with MaxSizeRsrc. also added part of underline fractEnable bug
; fix below.
; PABM187> 7/1/87 CRC GetMaskTable FMSwapFont two bugs: if fractEnable is false, do
; not use style widths w/o strike underline measures wrong with
; fractEnable true: pesky BEQ should have been a BMI
; <PAB185> 6/29/87 ABO Fix NBP write-to-zero on lookup bug.
; <PA182> 5/21/87 CSL DiskSelect DiskSelect Fixed the performance problem of the upper
; internal floppy drive.
; <s483> 4/27/87 bbm changed a hardwired number to HiIntMask (see s481).
; <PA176> 4/13/87 JTC Launch Launch Add diagnostic vector for last-chance patching
; before Finder launch.
; PABM139> 3/26/87 MBK FindLine TextEdit.a: RecalLines Fixed recal deletion bug.
; <PAB117> 3/19/87 CRC LoadResource FMSwapFont if fast path fails because of disk
; switch, recover with panache.
; PBAM109> 3/17/87 CRC ValidRect GetIText patched ValidRect to restore register
; clobbered by DrawItem in SetIText
; <PMA100> 3/10/87 DAF FindWindow wmgr InitWindows wmgr Patched InitWindows and
; FindWindow to use mbdf (PMA097)
; PMAB102> 3/10/87 EMT GetResource GetNextEvent Fixed all patches to not use FKEYs when
; code came from keypad.
; <PMA097> 3/10/87 FJL Back-patch hierarchical menus.
; <PA088> 3/9/87 JTC CompactMem mem mgr: MoveHHi Stop creating bogus tiny blocks.
; <PAB87> 3/6/87 CSL Patch JcrsrTask to support absolute cursor position.
; <PA085> 3/5/87 MBK HUnlock TextEdit.a:InsertRecal fixed obscure recal bug
; <PA077> 3/3/87 CRC FreeMem font manager changed to MaxBlock (better call)
; <PA077> 3/3/87 CRC FixMul font manager fix rounding bug in scaling
; <PA077> 3/3/87 CRC FixRound font manager allow font sizes greater than 127
; <PA077> 3/3/87 CRC GetResource font manager look for empty FONDs, too small fonts,
; etc.
; <PA081> 3/3/87 SHF SCSICmd SCSIMgr.a:SCSICmd fix too short a timeout waiting for
; cmd phase
; <P023> 1/13/87 JNP Print trap ($A8FD) patch. A bug was fixed after the Maui ROMs
; were frozen. Hence this patch. The bugfix was as follows: If the
; GetResource call to get a PDEF fails, don't give up. The printer
; resfile may not be in the resource search path. Save and restore
; the user resource map around the GetResource (for PDEF) call.
; Get the printer resfile refnum from the low memory print var
; ($944+$E) or open the printer resource file to get it. After
; opening the printer resource file, save the refnum in low
; memory. The code to get the printer resfile refnum is now in a
; procedure called OpenRF. Check the print error after _PrDrvrOpen
; call in PrintOpen. Added includes for PrEqu.a and PrPrivate.a
; <P015> 12/12/86 EMT GetOSEvent OSEventMgr.a:GetOSEvent OSEventAvail
; OSEventMgr.a:OSEventAvail KbdDrvr kbd.a:KbdDrvr Keyboard global
; shuffle for Excel
; <P014> 12/10/86 TJ WakeUp SonyQDUtil.a Recursion path via PrimeTime PrimeTime
; TimeMgr.a inconsistencies at some boundary conditions
; <C480> 12/1/86 Fixed FOutExtra set up for Laserwriter fonts in cache
;
IF (&TYPE('SPLINE_FONT') = 'UNDEFINED') THEN
SPLINE_FONT: EQU hasSplineFonts
ENDIF
IF (&TYPE('USE_MAKESYSFREE') = 'UNDEFINED') THEN
USE_MAKESYSFREE: EQU 1 ; need to expand the system heap for 6.0 systems
ENDIF
IF (&TYPE('Scripts604') = 'UNDEFINED') THEN
Scripts604: EQU 0
ENDIF
if (&type('onMacPP') = 'UNDEFINED') then
onMacPP: equ 1
endif
;
; has3rdFloppy was defined for {DefsPP}. Make it so for System builds.
;
if (&type('has3rdFloppy') = 'UNDEFINED') then
if forROM then
has3rdFloppy: equ 0
else
has3rdFloppy: equ 1
endif
endif
STRING ASIS
LOAD 'StandardEqu.d'
include 'ATalkEqu.a' ; <PABM150>
include 'ATalkPrivateEqu.a' ; <53>
include 'ApplDeskBus.a'
include 'AppleDeskBusPriv.a'
include 'HardwarePrivateEqu.a'
include 'PrEqu.a'
include 'PrPrivate.a'
include 'ColorEqu.a'
include 'SCSIEqu.a'
include 'SonyEqu.a'
include 'PrintCallsEqu.a'
include 'DiskCachePriv.a' ; P003 <21Feb89><2.0>
INCLUDE 'PatchMacros.a'
INCLUDE 'ScriptPriv.a' ; <16>
INCLUDE 'GestaltEqu.a'
SONYVERLOC EQU $434709 ; location for checking sony version number
ROM76Fix MAIN EXPORT
IMPORT RamSysInit
EXPORT SysBase,CutBack
; Cut back Code:
;
; SysBase is the entry point for ROM76Fix. Upon entry D1.L contains our handle.
;
; Once the patches have been installed, this code is cut back to exclude the patch
; installation code.
SysBase
BRA RamSysInit ; do the patch installation.
DC.L ('PTCH') ; resource type
DC.W $0276 ; patch ID $76 machine $02.
DC.W 0 ; current version number.
; cut back the ram-based system code to exclude this initialization code
CutBack
_SetHandleSize ; adjust our size
MOVEQ #$7F,D0 ; a soon to be large number
SWAP D0
_CompactMem ,SYS ; optional comma
RTS ; all done
;################################ PATCH CODE GOES HERE #######################################
;___________________________________________________________________________
;
; P014 TJ 09dec86 TJ WakeUp SonyQDUtil.a
; Raised int level to prevent recursion through PrimeTime.
;
; A patch to the Sony Driver's wakeup routine to prevent driver re-entry.
; Symptoms are that the file server crashes or hangs randomly when accessing
; the HD-20, every few weeks.
;
; Derived from ROM75FIX patch #52.
;
;___________________________________________________________________________
SonyWakeUp PROC EXPORT
;
;Special addresses:
;
ROMWakeup EQU $4351a0 ; ROM wakeup entry point
or.w #$0300,sr ; lock out VIA interrupts,
jmp ROMWakeup ; And enter normal wakeup routine
ENDPROC
;___________________________________________________________________________
; P015 12Dec86 EMT GetOSEvent OSEventMgr.a:GetOSEvent
; OSEventAvail OSEventMgr.a:OSEventAvail
; KbdDrvr kbd.a:KbdDrvr
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 12Dec86 #P015 (GetOSEvent) (GetOSEvent)
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 12Dec86 #P015 (OSEventAvail) (OSEventAvail)
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 12Dec86 #P015 (KbdDrvr) (KbdDrvr)
;
; This patch is to shuffle around some globals used for autokey events.
;
; Microsoft Excel expects KeyLast to be 0 if no auto key events are pending.
; When ADB was introduced, it became necessary to use the entire event message,
; not just the low word. KeyLast was thus too small to contain the repeat
; event message. KeyLast was relocated to KbdVars and given the name NewKeyLast.
; KeyLast became KbdLast and held the ADB address of the last keyboard typed on.
; This caused Excel to thrash when calculating. Thus, KeyLast has been restored
; to its original meaning; NewKeyLast becomes HiKeyLast and contains the high
; word of the repeating event message. KbdLast is relocated to KbdVars+2
; (HiKeyLast+2). All these changes have been reflected in nSysEqu.a.
;_______________________________________________________________________
GetOSEvent PROC EXPORT
EXPORT OSEventAvail,KbdDrvr
PostEvent EQU $403EE6
OsEventTail EQU $403FEA ; Address of rest of GetOSEvent
PEA OsEventTail
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: OSEventavail
;
; Arguments: A0 (input) -- pointer to user event record (32-bit)
; D0 (input) -- set of events desired (event mask)
; D0 (output) -- 0=non-null event returned, -1=null event
; returned
; A0 (output) -- pointer to user event record
; A1 (output) -- pointer to event queue element when D0=0
; (used internally by GetNextEvent)
;
; Function: This routine polls for availability of certain types of events.
; The user-specified event record format is identical to that of
; the queue element, except for the queue header fields. If no
; events are available, the null event is returned along with
; a -1 result code in D0.
;
; EventAvail is also called by GetNextEvent.
;
; Calling sequence: MOVE.W #EventMask,D0
; LEA EventBuffer,A0
; _EventAvail
;
; Other: uses D0,D1,D2,A0,A1
;_______________________________________________________________________
NoEvtAvail EQU -1 ; (moved from SysErr.Text)
EvtOffset EQU 6 ; event record offset from start of
; event queue element
OSEventAvail LEA EventQueue,A1 ; get address of event queue
; Since PostEvent could dequeue the first element at any time, the event you
; are on may suddenly be recycled and you may end up dequeueing a different event
; or suddenly find yourself at the end of the queue when you were just at the
; beginning. By disabling interrupts during the search, this is avoided.
MOVE SR,-(SP) ; save interrupt state
ORI #HiIntMask,SR ; no event-generating interrupts <C173 24Sep86>
MOVE.L QHead(A1),D1 ; get address of 1st element
BEQ.S TstAutoEvent ; if nil, check for auto events
EventALoop MOVE.L D1,A1 ; get pointer into A-reg
MOVE EvtNum+EvtOffset(A1),D1 ; get its event number
BTST D1,D0 ; is it one we want?
BNE.S GotEventAvail ; if so, we got one!
MOVE.L QLink(A1),D1 ; follow the link to the next one
BNE.S EventALoop ; if we got one, check it out
; there wasn't an event in the queue for us, so check for auto events
TstAutoEvent AND.W SysEvtMask,D0 ; figure in system mask for pseudo-evts
BTST #AutoKeyEvt,D0 ; do we want this kind?
BEQ.S NoEventAvail ; go on if not
MOVE.W HiKeyLast, D0
SWAP D0
MOVE.W KeyLast, D0
TST.L D0 ; Key down to auto-repeat?
BEQ.S NoEventAvail ; if not, return null event
MOVE.L Ticks,D1 ; check first threshold
MOVE.L D1,D2
SUB.L KeyTime,D1
CMP KeyThresh,D1
BLT.S NoEventAvail ; br if not time yet
SUB.L KeyRepTime,D2 ; check second threshold
CMP KeyRepThresh,D2
BLT.S NoEventAvail ; br if not time yet
MOVE.L Ticks,KeyRepTime ; repeat it: first note the time
MOVE.L A0,-(SP) ; save pointer to user's buffer
MOVE #AutoKeyEvt,A0 ; get event number
JSR PostEvent ; go post it (event message already in D0)
MOVE.L A0,A1 ; get pointer to event queue element
MOVE.L (SP)+,A0 ; restore pointer to user's buffer
; and return the event
GotEventAvail MOVE (SP)+,SR ; restore interrupt state
MOVEQ #(EvtBlkSize/4),D0 ; get size of evt record in longwords
MOVEM.L A0-A1,-(SP) ; preserve regs
ADD.L #EvtOffset,A1 ; bump to record part of event element
@1 MOVE.L (A1)+,(A0)+ ; move it into user's buffer
SUBQ #1,D0
BNE.S @1 ; loop till done
MOVEM.L (SP)+,A0-A1 ; get regs back
RTS ; D0 is zero
; there wasn't any event available so return the null event in the users event
; record and a flag in D0
NoEventAvail BSR.S FillRecord ; fill in record for null events
MOVE (SP)+,SR ; restore interrupt state
CLR.W EvtNum(A0) ; return the null event
CLR.L EvtMessage(A0) ; zero message for null events
MOVEQ #NoEvtAvail,D0 ; and D0 non-zero
RTS
; FillRecord fills out the standard fields in an event record pointed to by A0
FillRecord MOVE.L Ticks,EvtTicks(A0) ; fill in the current time
MOVE.L Mouse,EvtMouse(A0) ; and the current mouse point
MOVE KeyMap+6,D1 ; get meta-key states
ROL.W #1,D1 ; rotate around
MOVE.B D1,EvtMeta(A0) ; update metakey field
MOVE.B MBState,EvtMBut(A0) ; get mouse button state
RTS
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: KbdDrvr
; Arguments: D0.B ADB Command
; A0 ADB Buffer address
; A1 ADB Completion Routine Address (= KbdServ)
; A2 ADB Data Address
; Output: None
; Function: Reads buffer and posts keyboard events as appropriate.
; Side Effects: Trashes A0, A1, D0, D1, D2, D3
;
; Modification History:
; 26 Jun 86 EMT Created
; 15 Jul 86 EMT Updated to use KCHR resource
; 21 Jul 86 EMT Complete rewrite - to use new _KeyTrans
; 3 Oct 86 EMT Added LED bells & whistles
;<A230/17Oct86> EMT D1 is no longer a parameter to this routine. Must get ADB Address from D0
;______________________________________________________________________
; Keyboard driver data
KBufCount EQU 2 ; <C201/07Oct86>
KBufLen EQU 10 ; 8 bytes + length + inuse <C201/07Oct86>
KMAPPtr EQU $00
KeyBits EQU KMAPPtr+4
KCHRPtr EQU KeyBits+(128/8)
DeadKey EQU KCHRPtr+4
KNoADBOp EQU DeadKey+4 ; <C201/07Oct86>
KNumBufs EQU KNoADBOp+1 ; <C201/07Oct86>
KFirstBuf EQU KNumBufs+1 ; <C201/07Oct86>
KbdDSize EQU KFirstBuf+(KBufCount*KBufLen) ; <C201/07Oct86>
; KMAP offsets
KMid EQU $00
KMtype EQU $01
KMvers EQU KMid+2
KMstart EQU KMvers+2
KMnumEx EQU KMstart+128
KMstEx EQU KMnumEx+2
KbdDrvr ; <C93/29Jul86>
MOVE.L A2, D3 ; See if A2 actually contains a pointer
BEQ KbdDone ; If not, can't go on.
MOVE.L A0, A1 ; Save A0 in A1 <A230/17Oct86>
LSR.W #4, D0 ; Shift ADB Address down to low nibble <A230/17Oct86>
MOVEQ #$F, D1 ; Mask for ADB Address <A230/17Oct86>
AND.L D1, D0 ; D0 now contains ADB Address <A230/17Oct86>
MOVE.L D0, D3 ; Save it in D3 <A274/27Oct86>
LEA -10(SP), SP ; Build parameter block on stack <A230/17Oct86>
MOVE.L SP, A0 ; Point to it <A230/17Oct86>
_GetADBInfo ; <A230/17Oct86>
ROR.L #8, D3 ; Rotate ADB Address to high byte <A230/17Oct86>
MOVE.W (SP)+, D3 ; Put Device Type, Orig Addr in low word<A230/17Oct86>
ADDQ.L #8, SP ; Clear off the rest of the stack <A230/17Oct86>
SWAP D3 ; D3 is now Device Type, Orig Addr, ADB Addr, Unused <A230/17Oct86>
MOVE.B 1(A1), D0 ; Get first stroke <A230/17Oct86>
MOVE.B 2(A1), -(SP) ; Save second one on stack <A230/17Oct86>
BSR.S KeyIn
MOVE.B (SP)+, D0 ; Get second stroke
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: KeyIn
; Arguments: D0.B Raw Keycode
; D3.L Device Type, Orig Addr, ADB Addr, Unused
; A2 Private data area
; Output: None
; Function Translates keycode and posts event as appropriate.
; Side Effects: Trashes A0, A1, D0, D1, D2, D3
; Called From: KbdDrvr twice, (1 BSR, 1 fall-through)
;______________________________________________________________________
KeyIn
CMP.B #$FF, D0 ; Is it not a key?
BEQ KbdDone ; Skip if so
CLR.W KeyLast ; Stop repeating <***>
CLR.W HiKeyLast ; Stop repeating <***>
MOVEQ #$7F, D1 ; Mask = 01111111 binary
AND.B D0, D1 ; Clear all but low 7 bits
MOVE.L KMAPPtr(A2), A1 ; Get KMAP table address
MOVE.B KMstart(A1, D1), D3 ; Get device independent keycode <C201/07Oct86>
BPL.S NoExcept ; Handle normally if high bit clear <C201/07Oct86>
; An exception has been indicated. Find the correct entry in the exception
; table and handle as appropriate.
BCLR #7, D3 ; Clear the high bit <C201/07Oct86>
LEA KMnumEx(A1), A0 ; Get to the beginning of the exceptions<C201/07Oct86>
MOVE.W (A0)+, D2 ; Number of entries in table <C201/07Oct86>
BEQ.S NoExcept ; Skip if none <C201/07Oct86>
SUBQ.W #1, D2 ; Turn it into a zero-based count <C201/07Oct86>
ExLoop
CMP.B (A0)+, D0 ; See if this is the one <C201/07Oct86>
BEQ FoundEx ; Skip if so <C201/07Oct86>
MOVE.B 1(A0), D1 ; Get the string length <C201/07Oct86>
LEA 2(A0, D1), A0 ; Point to the next entry <C201/07Oct86>
DBRA D2, ExLoop ; Go around again <C201/07Oct86>
NoExcept
MOVEQ #0, D2 ; Clear out D2 <C201/07Oct86>
MOVE.B D3, D2 ; Copy virtual keycode to D2 <C201/07Oct86>
LSR.W #3, D2 ; Divide by 8 for byte offset
TST.B D0 ; Up or down key?
BMI.S KeyUp ; Skip around if key up
BSET D3, KeyBits(A2, D2) ; Set it for key down
BRA.S Hammer
KeyUp
BCLR D3, KeyBits(A2, D2) ; Clear it for key up
BSET #7, D3 ; Remember key up for raw key.
Hammer
MOVEM.L KeyBits(A2), D0-D2/A0
MOVEM.L D0-D2/A0, KeyMap ; Hammer in the correct keymap
MOVE.L D3, D0 ; Bits 15-8 contain ADB address
LSR.L #8, D0 ; Put it in the low byte <C219/14Oct86>
MOVE.B D0, KbdLast ; Stuff it down
SWAP D0 ; Now get DeviceType
MOVE.B D0, KbdType ; Update KbdType to show last one used
; The next two instructions build the byte of modifier flags from the
; global key state information. This works because the modifier flags
; exist in bits $37 to $3E, which appear in the following manner:
; Byte | 6 | 7 |
; Bit |37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30|3F 3E 3D 3C 3B 3A 39 38|
; |^^ | ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^|
MOVE.W KeyBits+6(A2), D0 ; Get modifier word
ROL.W #1, D0 ; Rotate in command key
SUBQ.L #4, SP ; Make room for result
MOVE.L KCHRPtr(A2), -(SP) ; Push address of KCHR resource
MOVE.W D3, -(SP) ; Push keycode (w/o modifiers)
MOVE.B D0, (SP) ; Put modifiers where they belong
PEA DeadKey(A2) ; Push address of dead key state
_KeyTrans
MOVE.W (SP)+, D0 ; Get the high word first
BEQ.S NextWord ; Skip if null
BSR.S PostIt ; Otherwise post the event
NextWord
MOVE.W (SP)+, D0 ; Get the other word
BEQ.S KbdDone ; If null, we're done
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: PostIt
; Arguments: D0.W ASCII Code
; D3.W ADB Address in high byte and raw keycode in low byte
; Output: None
; Function Posts the keyboard event as appropriate.
; Side Effects: Trashes A0, D0, D1
; Called From: KeyIn twice, (1 BSR, 1 fall-through)
;
; Modification History:
; 25 Jun 86 EMT Created
; 22 Jul 86 EMT Changed order of event data (FHRL -> HFRL)
;<A230/17Oct86> EMT Clear the up/down bit in the event message
;______________________________________________________________________
PostIt
ROR.W #8, D0 ; Swap ASCII high and low byte (xxLH)
SWAP D0 ; Move to high word (LHxx)
MOVE.W D3, D0 ; Move in ADB address and raw keycode (LHFR)
ROL.L #8, D0 ; Rotate around (HFRL)
TST.B D3 ; Key up or down?
BMI.S PostKeyUp ; Skip if key up
MOVE.L Ticks, D1
MOVE.L D1, KeyTime ; Mark the time for auto repeat
MOVE.L D1, KeyRepTime
MOVE.W D0, KeyLast ; Save event message <***>
SWAP D0
MOVE.W D0, HiKeyLast ; Save high word too <***>
SWAP D0
MOVE #KeyDwnEvt, A0 ; Get event number
_PostEvent ; Post it
KbdDone
RTS ; And leave
PostKeyUp
MOVE #KeyUpEvt, A0 ; Get event number
BCLR #15, D0 ; Clear the up/down bit in the raw keycode <A230/17Oct86>
_PostEvent ; Post it
RTS ; And leave
; End KbdDrvr <C93/29Jul86>
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; FoundEx
; An exception exists for this particular keystroke. Process it appropriately.
;______________________________________________________________________
FoundEx ; <C201/07Oct86>
MOVE.B (A0)+, D1 ; Get the operand
BPL.S @notXORKey ; Skip if not <A274/27Oct86>
MOVEQ #0, D2 ; Clear out D2
MOVE.B D3, D2 ; Copy virtual keycode to D2
LSR.W #3, D2 ; Divide by 8 for byte offset
BTST D3, KeyBits(A2, D2) ; Get current key state
SEQ D0 ; Invert and put in D0
@notXORKey ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVEQ #$F, D2 ; Prepare mask for ADB op
AND.B D1, D2 ; D2 is ADB op w/o net address
BEQ.S KbdDone ; If ADB op = 0 (Bus Reset), ignore key
TST.B KNoADBOp(A2) ; See if we should even do this
BNE NoExcept ; Skip if not
MOVEM.L D0/A1, -(SP) ; Save D0 & A1
MOVE.L A0, -(SP) ; Data address = mask
CMP.B #TalkCmd, D2 ; Is it a talk command?
BGE.S @kbdTalk ; Skip if so <A274/27Oct86>
PEA KbdBufFree ; Completion routine = KbdBufFree
BRA.S @kbdBufAlloc ; <A274/27Oct86>
@kbdTalk ; <A274/27Oct86>
PEA KbdListen ; Completion Routine = KbdListen
@kbdBufAlloc ; <A274/27Oct86>
LEA KNumBufs(A2), A1 ; Point to the number of available buffers
MOVE.B (A1)+, D1 ; Get the number of buffers
BEQ.S @kNoBufAvail ; Skip if none available <A274/27Oct86>
SUBQ.W #1, D1 ; Turn it into a zero based count
@kBufLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
TST.B (A1)+ ; Is the buffer busy?
BEQ.S @kGotABuf ; No, Go use it <A274/27Oct86>
LEA KBufLen-1(A1), A1 ; Point to the next one
DBRA D1, @kBufLoop ; Go around again <A274/27Oct86>
BRA.S @kNoBufAvail ; It's a loss <A274/27Oct86>
@kGotABuf ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.B D0, -1(A1) ; Store the up/down state in the busy info
BSET #1, -1(A1) ; Make sure it shows up as busy
MOVE.L A1, -(SP) ; Buffer Address
MOVE.B (A0), D1 ; Get length of source string
CMP.B #8, D1 ; Greater than 8?
BLS.S @kStrCopyLoop ; If not, no problem <A274/27Oct86>
MOVEQ #8, D1 ; Copy only the first 8 to avoid trashing mem
@kStrCopyLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.B (A0)+, (A1)+ ; Start copying the string
DBRA D1, @kStrCopyLoop ; Repeat D1+1 times <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.W D3, D0 ; Get the FDB Address
CLR.B D0 ; Clear out the low byte
LSR.W #4, D0 ; Shift it down to form high nibble of ADB Command
OR.B D2, D0 ; Include low op nibble
MOVE.L SP, A0 ; Point to parameter block
_ADBOp ; Pray that everything is OK
BNE.S @kOpFailed ; Branch if not <A274/27Oct86>
ADDQ.L #4, SP ; Pop Buffer Address
@kNoBufAvail ; <A274/27Oct86>
ADDQ.L #8, SP ; Pop Completion and Data Address
MOVEM.L (SP)+, D0/A1 ; Restore D0 & A1
BRA NoExcept ; Finish dealing with the keystroke
@kOpFailed ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.L (SP)+, A1 ; Get the buffer address
CLR.B -1(A1) ; Mark it as not busy
BRA.S @kNoBufAvail ; Punt <A274/27Oct86>
; End FoundEx <C201/07Oct86>
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: KbdListen
; Arguments: D0.B ADB Command
; D1.L DeviceType, OrigAddr, ADBAddr, Unused (byte order)
; A0 ADB Buffer Address
; A1 ADB Completion Routine Address (= KbdListen)
; A2 ADB Data Address
; Output: None
; Function: Sets or clears bits in mask pointed to by A2 in buffer pointed
; to by A0. Used to alter values of registers in ADB devices.
; Side Effects: Trashes A0, A1, A2, D0, D1, D2
;
; Modification history:
; 3 Oct 86 EMT Created
;______________________________________________________________________
KbdListen ; <C201/07Oct86>
MOVE.L A0, A1 ; Copy A0 into A1 so as to avoid trashing A2
MOVEQ #0, D1 ; Clear out D1
MOVE.B (A1)+, D1 ; Get length of buffer
MOVE.B (A2)+, D2 ; Get length of mask
CMP.B D2, D1 ; Is mask length smaller?
BLS.S @notSmall ; Skip if not <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.B D2, D1 ; Use the mask length instead
@notSmall ; <A274/27Oct86>
; (A2) is a mask for (A0), 0 meaning don't change, 1 meaning clear or set
; depending upon the value of -1(A0).
TST.B -1(A0) ; PL = clear, MI = set
BPL.S @endClrLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
BRA.S @endSetLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
@setLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.B (A2)+, D2 ; Get the mask byte
OR.B D2, (A1)+ ; Set the correct bits
@endSetLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
DBRA D1, @setLoop ; Go around again <A274/27Oct86>
BRA.S @kLoopDone ; <A274/27Oct86>
@clrLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.B (A2)+, D2 ; Get the mask byte
NOT.B D2 ; Invert it
AND.B D2, (A1)+ ; Clear the correct bits
@endClrLoop ; <A274/27Oct86>
DBRA D1, @clrLoop ; Go around again <A274/27Oct86>
@kLoopDone ; <A274/27Oct86>
CLR.L -(SP) ; No data address needed
PEA KbdBufFree ; Completion routine = KbdBufFree
MOVE.L A0, -(SP) ; Use the buffer one more time
MOVE.L SP, A0 ; Point to parameter block
BCLR #2, D0 ; Turn the talk into a listen command
_ADBOp
BNE.S @kLSuccess ; Branch on success <A274/27Oct86>
MOVE.L (SP), A0 ; Get the buffer address
CLR.B -1(A0) ; Mark it as not busy
@kLSuccess ; <A274/27Oct86>
LEA 12(SP), SP ; Pop the parameter block
RTS
; End KbdListen <C201/07Oct86>
;______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: KbdBufFree
; Arguments: D0.B ADB Command
; D1.L DeviceType, OrigAddr, ADBAddr, Unused (byte order)
; A0 ADB Buffer Address
; A1 ADB Completion Routine Address (= KbdListen)
; A2 ADB Data Address
; Output: None
; Function: Marks the buffer pointed to by A0 as free.
; Side Effects: None
;
; Modification history:
; 3 Oct 86 EMT Created
;______________________________________________________________________
KbdBufFree ; <C201/07Oct86>
CLR.B -1(A0)
RTS
; End KbdBufFree <C201/07Oct86>
;___________________________________________________________________________
;
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; P019 C570 23Dec86 ABO VInstall atalk:lap.a
; PA073 2Mar87 ABO VInstall atalk:nonres.a
; PAB185 29Jun87 ABO VInstall atalk:nonres.a
; s263 7sep87 bbm VInstall sounddriver
;
; P019 is to fix a rare(!!) bug in lap.a within the MPP driver.
; PB073 Fixes a re-entrancy problem in nonres.a within MPP.
; PAB185 Fixes an NBP lookup bug where if the response comes back too quickly it
; is written to location zero.
;
; If we're doing a VInstall to install MPP's VBL task, change the address to
; one in RAM, where we disable interrupts and then call the real VBL task.
; This makes the test-and-decrement atomic, preventing VBLDeferCnt from ever
; going negative.
;
; If we're doing a VInstall from Nonres, and the queue element we're installing
; is already there, don't install. If we're doing a lookup, skip the first write.
;
; s263 The current sound driver uses low memory as a vbl queue element. A bug occurs
; if sound is active. The low memory queue element is zeroed regardless if there is a
; next element in the queue or not. Thus the machine may hang. The fix forces the
; sound vbl queue element to be last in the queue always.
; pma287 sound manager uses sound manager uses soundactive different than sound driver.
; Thus soundactive could be true with no sound vbl task installed. So now we check for
; an error from vremove, which we should have done in the first place. (This is the
; same patch as S278, which got deleted when PMAB284 was checked in.)
; s481 there was a small window after the vremove where a timer interrupt could happen.
; Since the sound driver services the timer in the vbl task, the code to reinstall the
; vbl task would never happen.
; s483 changed a hardwired number to HiIntMask (see s481).
NewVInstall PROC EXPORT
CalledFrom EQU $1C ; Where we were called from (return addr)
SkipBytes EQU 18 ; No. of bytes to skip write (PAB185)
VBLHnd EQU $43375C ; MPP VBL task address in ROM
ROMVInstall EQU $402C50 ; ROM VInstall address
NRVBLHnd EQU $434232 ; Nonres VBL task address in ROM
tst.b SoundActive ; sound playing? fixes trashed vbl queue <s263>
beq.s @TruVinst ; if not, just do real vinstall <s263>
move.w sr,-(sp) ; Save sr <s481>
ori.w #HiIntMask,sr ; Disable interrupts <s483>
move.l a0,-(sp) ; save new vbl element on stack <s263>
lea SoundVBL,a0 ; point at hertzfeldÕs vbl element <s263>
_VRemove ; remove sound vbl element <s263>
move.l (sp)+,a0 ; get new vbl element back in a0 <s263>
tst.w d0 ; check for error from vremove <pma287>
bne.s @popstatus ; if error then donÕt reinstall sound vbl <s481>
bsr.s @TruVinst ; install new vbl element back in queue <s263>
lea SoundVBL,a0 ; get sound vbl element, and install it <s263>
bsr.s @TruVinst ; install sound vbl element back in queue <s481>
move.w (sp)+,sr ; Restore interrupts <s481>
rts ; <s481>
@popstatus ; <s481>
move.w (sp)+,sr ; Restore interrupts <s481>
@TruVinst ; <s263>
MOVE.L VBLAddr(A0),D1 ; D1 = VBL task address
AND.L MaskBC,D1 ; Mask off high bits to be sure
CMP.L #VBLHnd,D1 ; Called from MPP VBL task?
BNE.S @1 ; Branch if not
PEA NewVBLHnd ; Push address of patch
MOVE.L (SP)+,VBLAddr(A0) ; Set it
@1 CMP.L #NRVBLHnd,D1 ; Called from NBP VBL task?
BNE.S @30 ; Branch if not
; PAB185 start
MOVE.L -4(A0),A2 ; A2 -> queue element from call
CMP #LookupName,CSCode(A2) ; Was it a lookup request?
BNE.S @5 ; Branch if not
TST.B Count(A2) ; Check count
BEQ.S @3 ; Branch if zero (leave alone)
ADDQ.B #1,Count(A2) ; Need to add one since aren't sending now
@3 ADD.L #SkipBytes,CalledFrom(SP) ; Skip past the write
MOVE #1,VBLCount(A0) ; Set to send out real soon
; PAB185 end
@5 MOVE SR,-(SP) ; Save SR
MOVE #$2600,SR ; Disable interrupts
LEA VBLQueue+QHead,A2 ; A2 -> Head of VBL queue
@10 TST.L (A2) ; Done?
BEQ.S @20 ; Branch if so
MOVE.L (A2),A2 ; A2 -> next element
CMP.L A2,A0 ; Matches the one we're installing?
BNE.S @10 ; Loop if not
MOVE (SP)+,SR ; Restore SR
MOVEQ #0,D0 ; Indicate no error
RTS ; Return (already installed)
@20 MOVE (SP)+,SR ; Restore SR
@30 JMP ROMVInstall ; Jump to ROM VInstall code
NewVBLHnd MOVE SR,-(SP) ; Save interrupt status
MOVE #$2600,SR ; Interrupts off (SCCLockout)
JSR VBLHnd ; Call VBL task
MOVE (SP)+,SR ; Restore interrupts
RTS ; That's it
;___________________________________________________________________________
; P021 C491 08Dec86 DAF GetWVariant WindowMgr2.a:GetWVariant
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 08Dec86 #P021 (GetWVariant) (GetWVariant)
;
;
; function GetWVariant ( someWindow : WindowPtr ) : integer;
;
; GetWVariant returns the variant code of the windowRecord pointed at by
; someWindow. The value returned is an integer even though variants
; are currently only 4 bits as word params on the stack are easier to
; handle
;
GetWVariant PROC EXPORT
MOVE.L (SP)+,A0 ; get the return address
MOVE.L (SP)+,A1 ; get windowPtr
MOVEQ #$0F,D0 ; trim to 4 bits, word length
AND.B WindowDef(A1),D0 ; get the variant code
MOVE.W D0,(SP) ; return the result
JMP (A0) ; return to caller
;___________________________________________________________________________
; P022 C491 08Dec86 DAF GetCVariant ControlMgr1.a:GetCVariant
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 08Dec86 #P022 (GetCVariant) (GetCVariant)
;
;
; function GetCVariant ( whichControl : controlHandle ) : integer;
;
; GetCVariant returns the control variant code of the control whose
; handle is whichControl. Variant codes are 4-bit values returned
; right-justified in the word result. In case you are wondering
; the result is word rather than byte because it's less complicated
; for this stack-based routine, and the variant is passed to the
; defprocs as a word.
GetCVariant PROC EXPORT
MOVE.L (SP)+,A1 ; get the return address
MOVE.L (SP)+,A0 ; get windowPtr
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ; get ctl ptr
MOVEQ #$0F,D0 ; lo nybble only
AND.B ContrlDefHandle(A0),D0 ; get selector parameter
MOVE.W D0,(SP) ; return result
JMP (A1) ; and return to caller
;___________________________________________________________________________
; PMA207 Cxxx 17Jul87 EHB PackBits
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 17Jul87 #PMA207 (PackBits) (PackBits)
;
; This patch allows scanLines > 127 bytes to be packed using packBits.
PatchPMA207 PROC EXPORT
ENDPROC ; Important: PackBitsPatch.a contains globals which must be
; outside of any PROC.
INCLUDE 'PackBitsPatch.a'
;___________________________________________________________________________
; PA061 C628 25feb87 bbm added new trap rGetResource.
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 25feb87 #PA061 (rGetResource) (rGetResource)
;
; Routine: FUNCTION rGetResource(theType: ResType; theID: INTEGER): Handle; <C628>
;
; Arguments: 10(A6) (input.L) resource type
; 8(A6),A0(input.W) resource ID
; 14(A6) (output.L) resource handle
;
; Called By: A-trap through dispatcher
; Calls: GetResource
;
; Function: do a normal GetResource without the rom map; if that fails,
; do GetResource with the rom map inserted.
;
; NOTE: _GetResource expects a specific items on the stack when called.
; This routine depends heavily on that stack. Below is a picture
; of the stack just before the _GetResource trap is executed
; (starting in the middle of the stack and ending at the top of stack,
; or starting in high memory and decending down in memory).
;
; handle 4 bytes
; type 4 bytes (E bytes back on stack after < subq #4,sp >)
; ID 2 bytes (C bytes back on stack after < subq #4,sp >)
; rtn addr 4 bytes (8 bytes back on stack after < subq #4,sp >)
; rtn addr 4 bytes (4 bytes back on stack after < subq #4,sp >)
; handle 4 bytes (0 bytes back on stack after < subq #4,sp >)
; type 4 bytes
; ID 2 bytes
grStFr equ $0E ; size of the stack frame. (see note above)
NewrGetResource PROC EXPORT ;
clr.b ROMMapInsert ; make sure we donÕt use rom map
bsr.s @getrsrc ;
bne.s @exit ; if handle is not zero, then we donÕt check rom
st.b ROMMapInsert ; else make sure we use rom map
bsr.s @getrsrc ;
@exit ; std exit to strip the stack
move.l (sp)+,a0 ; strip off the return address into a0 <C669>
addq #6,sp ; strip off type and ID
jmp (a0) ; and return through a0
@getrsrc ; go do GetResource
move.b resload,ROMMapInsert+1 ; set temp value of resload to current resload
subq #4,sp ; save room for another handle (see note above)
move.l grStFr(sp),-(sp) ; push type again
move.w grStFr+2(sp),-(sp) ; push ID again
_GetResource ;
move.l (sp)+,grStFr(sp) ; push the handle we got back into the area
; the user saved for the handle and set ccÕs
rts ;
ENDPROC ; NewrGetResource
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PA081 03Mar87 SHF SCSICmd SCSIMgr.a:SCSICmd
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 03Mar87 #PA081 (SCSICmd) (SCSICmd)
;
; This is a SCSI Manager fix for the timeout waiting for Command phase
; (the old value was found to be too short for some disk drives).
;
;
SCSIPatch PROC EXPORT
EXPORT NewSCSIGet,NewSCSICmd, NewSCSIRead, NewSCSIRBlind, NewSCSIWrite, NewSCSIWBlind
ROMGetArb EQU $41A2A0 ; "bsr Arbitrate" entry point <PMAB466/JWK>
ROMGetExit EQU $41A2AA ; finish the SCSIGet call <PMAB466/JWK>
ROMCmdDone EQU $41A2E4 ; finish the SCSI command
ROMWfnReq EQU $41A898 ; wait for *REQ to go away
ROMWfReq EQU $41A8C8 ; wait for *REQ
zeroReg EQU d7 ; SCSI Manager convention
; should be in a separate "SCSIMgrPrivate" include file <PMAB466/JWK>
numSCSIVect EQU 24 ; max. number of selectors <C936/06Nov87> <PMAB466/JWK>
jmpTblSize EQU numSCSIVect*4 ; <C936/06Nov87> <PMAB466/JWK>
G_State EQU jmpTblSize+1 ; byte <PMAB466/JWK>
;--------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; FUNCTION SCSICmd(Buffer: Ptr, Count: INTEGER): INTEGER;
; (10) (8) (14)
;
; Send the target the given command. Returns 0 for success, or error.
;
NewSCSICmd
move.l 10(a6),a2 ; get the cmdblk address
move.w 8(a6),d2 ; get the length
; calculate a timeout of 256 ms (was 16 ms)
moveq.l #0,d3 ; clear upper word
move.w TimeSCCDB,d3 ; timing constant (1 ms.)
lsl.l #8,d3 ; multiply by 256
move.l d3,d4 ; set up d4 as high word
swap d4
move.b #iCD,sTCR+WrOffs(a3) ; match on cmd+write phase
move.w d3,d1 ; low word of count
move.w d4,d5 ; high word of count
jsr ROMWfReq ; wait for *REQ
bne.s CmdDone ; no *REQ
btst.b #bPM,sBSR(a3) ; does the phase still match?
bne.s CmdDbra ; branch if phase is OK
moveq.l #scPhaseErr,d0 ; else report it
bra.s CmdDone ; return the error
NextByte
move.b (a2)+,sODR+WrOffs(a3) ; load a command byte
move.b #iDB,sICR+WrOffs(a3) ; assert the data bus
move.w d3,d1 ; low word of count
move.w d4,d5 ; high word of count
jsr ROMWfReq ; wait for *REQ
bne.s CmdDone ; no *REQ
move.b #iACK+iDB,sICR+WrOffs(a3) ; set *ACK
move.w d3,d1 ; low word of count
move.w d4,d5 ; high word of count
jsr ROMWfnReq ; wait for *REQ to go away
bne.s CmdDone ; didn't go away
move.b zeroReg,sICR+WrOffs(a3) ; deassert *ACK and *DB
CmdDbra
dbra d2,NextByte ; do this for all bytes
moveq.l #0,d0 ; return success
CmdDone
jmp ROMCmdDone ; finish up in the ROM
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;
; PMAB466 13Apr88 JWK SCSIGet SCSIMgr.a
;
; This cleans up the SCSIGet arbitration scheme. A "bset" instruction is used to
; test-and-set the SCSI Mgr's G_State global state variable. The ROM implementation
; could allow two processes into the SCSI Mgr code.
;
NewSCSIGet
bset.b #0,G_State(a4) ; mark SCSI Mgr state as "busy" <PMAB466/JWK>
beq.s @1 ; if zero, SCSI Mgr was free <PMAB466/JWK>
moveq.l #scMgrBusyErr,d0 ; SCSI Mgr is busy <PMAB466/JWK>
jmp ROMGetExit ; get out <PMAB466/JWK>
@1
jmp ROMGetArb ; jump to "bsr Arbitrate" and continue <PMAB466/JWK>
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMA211 20Jul87 SHF SCSIRead,SCSIRBlind,SCSIWrite,SCSIWBlind SCSIMgr.a:(see previous)
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 20Jul87 #PMA211 (SCSIRead,SCSIRBlind,SCSIWrite,SCSIWBlind) (SCSIRead,SCSIRBlind,SCSIWrite,SCSIWBlind)
;
; This fixes the scLoop bug in the TIB interpreter where the interpretation was
; being aborted when the count field decremented to 0.
;
;--------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; FUNCTION SCSIRead(Control:Ptr): INTEGER; (polled read and write)
; FUNCTION SCSIWrite(Control:Ptr): INTEGER;
; FUNCTION SCSIRBlind(Control:Ptr): INTEGER; (blind read and write)
; FUNCTION SCSIWBlind(Control:Ptr): INTEGER;
; (8) (12)
;
; This is the heart of the SCSI data transfer code, which includes the
; Transfer Information Block (TIB) interpreter.
;
ROMDataXfer EQU $41A51C ; main data transfer (read/write)
ROMDataEnd EQU $41A376 ; finish up after TIB interpretation
NewSCSIWBlind
bset #15,d4 ; set blind mode flag
NewSCSIWrite
st d4 ; set flag for writes
bra.s DataCommon
NewSCSIRBlind
bset #15,d4 ; set blind mode flag
NewSCSIRead ; only start for reads
move.b #iIO,sTCR+WrOffs(a3) ; match Data In phase <PMA211>
move.b #iDMA,sMR+WrOffs(a3) ; DMA mode <PMA211>
move.b zeroReg,sIDMArx+WrOffs(a3) ; start DMA for a read <PMA211>
DataCommon
moveq.l #bDMAR,d3 ; bit for DREQ test used in DataXFER
move.l 8(a6),a1 ; get the control block pointer
bra.s exec ; branch into loop to continue
c_compare
move.b #1,d4 ; this means compare to DataXFER
; FALL THROUGH to c_inc
c_inc ; INC Addr,count
jsr ROMDataXFER ; move some data
bne.s data_end
add.l d2,scParam1(a1) ; increment the pointer
; FALL THROUGH to next_cmd
next_cmd
c_nop ; also NOP, just skip the command
add.w #SCSIZE,a1 ; move the command pointer
exec
move.w scOpcode(a1),d0 ; get the function opcode
move.l scParam1(a1),a2 ; get the generic address
move.l scParam2(a1),d2 ; get the generic count
subq.w #5,d0
beq.s c_loop ; 5
addq.w #4,d0
beq.s c_inc ; 1
subq.w #1,d0
beq.s c_noinc ; 2
subq.w #5,d0
beq.s c_stop ; 7
addq.w #4,d0
beq.s c_add ; 3
subq.w #1,d0
beq.s c_move ; 4
subq.w #2,d0
beq.s c_nop ; 6
subq.w #2,d0
beq.s c_compare ; 8
moveq.l #scBadParmsErr,d0 ; garbage parameters...
bra.s data_end
c_noinc ; NOINC addr,count
jsr ROMDataXFER ; move some data
beq.s next_cmd ; & process next command
bra.s data_end
c_add ; ADD addr,data
add.l d2,(a2) ; the count added to the where
bra.s next_cmd
c_move ; MOVE addr1,addr2
move.l d2,a0
move.l (a2),(a0) ; simple enough
bra.s next_cmd
c_loop ; LOOP relative addr,count
subq.l #1,d2 ; drop the count
beq.s next_cmd ; if count = 0, go to next instruction
move.l d2,scParam2(a1) ; put the count back for next time
add.l a2,a1 ; modify the command pointer
bra.s exec ; and process the next command
c_stop
moveq.l #0,d0 ; indicate no error
data_end
jmp ROMDataEnd
;_________________________________________________________________________________________ <50> djw
; Beginning code for Quantum 7.9 ROM fix
;
; Detailed description of the Quantum problem and solution:
;
; Quantum drives with the firmware version 7.9, has a problem with loosing the last byte
; of a block during a multi-block write. The problem occurs when the time between blocks
; written to the SCSI bus on the CPU side, is greater than 482 microseconds. This may
; occur in situations where there are a lot of interrupts. When conditions are right and
; the problem happens, the last byte of the previous block (in a multi-block transaction),
; is "eaten" by the drive. Any checksum or CRC calculated by the drive is correct,
; because the drive calculates it after the byte has been corrupted. This problem is
; especially frequent when email packages are installed on the Mac, since they generate
; a lot of interrupts which take a long time. This problem only occurs during fast
; writes in the SCSI manager (pseudo-dma mode).
;
; The way the SCSI manager currently works is it gets a TIB packet which contains the
; instructions on how to talk to a particular device. Included in the TIB is when to
; re-synchronize with the drive by waiting for a *REQ. When we see *REQ, the SCSI
; manager then begins the next TIB data transfer instruction and loads a byte of data
; into the 53C80's output register. After the first byte is "manually" sent, the
; hardware handshaking automatically takes care of the *REQ and *ACK handshaking. When
; the TIB write transfer is complete, pseudo-dma is disable, which releases *ACK,
; completing the handshake. This allows the target to assert *REQ when it is ready.
;
; The window of vulnerability is between the last byte of the previous block and the
; first byte of the next block. More correctly, it is between the rising edge of *ACK
; and the falling edge of the next *ACK. Because we release *ACK to synchronize, an
; interrupt may come in and delay the next transfer.
;
; The solution to the problem is to pre-load a data byte into the 53C80's data output
; register before we release *ACK. There are two ways of releasing *ACK: disable pseudo
; dma, and write a byte to the data output register. Leaving pseudo-dma enabled through
; the entire TIB will mean that whenever a *REQ occurs, there will be data available in
; the output register. This means there will be no delay between bytes because the
; hardware is not subject to interrupt delays.
;
; This patch therefore involves patching the TIB interpreter and the fast write routine
; in the SCSI manager. There are five versions of the SCSI manager to patch: Mac Plus,
; SE, Mac II, Portable, and IIci.
;
;_________________________________________________________________________________________
; QuantumWBlindSE - patch to NewSCSIWBlind
;
; This code replaces the original SCSIWBlind entry point. The new entry for blind
; writes enables pseudo-dma on a per-transaction basis. Pseudo-dma was previously
; enabled only on a per-TIB-instruction basis. We completely patch out the existing
; ROM and system patch code for blind writes. This includes the TIB interpeter and
; the blind data transfer routine.
;
; Input: reg a3 = base of SCSI read addr
; a6 = SCSI stack frame
; d7 = zero
;
Opt noclr ; set optimization level to no clr's <50> djw
Export QuantumWBlindSE
QuantumWBlindSE
maxOpcode Equ 8 ; max TIB opcodes (from SCSIPriv.a) <50> djw
; This is the entry to the TIB interpeter for blind writes. Enable pseudo-dma mode
; for the duration of the write transaction.
move.b d7,sTCR+WrOffs(a3) ; set to match data out phase (to zero)
move.b #iDMA,sMR+WrOffs(a3) ; enable DMA in mode register
move.b #iDB,sICR+WrOffs(a3) ; assert data bus in initiator command reg
move.b d7,sDMAtx+WrOffs(a3) ; start write DMA
; Start of TIB interpreter
@dataCommon
move.l 8(a6),a1 ; get the TIB pointer
bra.s @exec ; tighten loop by branching first
@c_inc
bsr.s FastWriteFix ; go to write blind routine
bne.s @data_end ; if error, bail out
add.l d1,scParam1(a1) ; increment the pointer
; FALL THROUGH to @next_cmd ; continue
@next_cmd
@c_nop ; also NOP, just skip the command
add.w #scSize,a1 ; point to the next TIB instruction
; FALL THROUGH to @exec
@exec
move.w scOpcode(a1),d1 ; get the function opcode
move.l scParam1(a1),a2 ; get the generic address
move.l scParam2(a1),d2 ; get the generic count
cmp.w #maxOpcode,d1 ; valid opcode ?
bhi.s @c_badop ; return err if not
add.w d1,d1 ; convert to table index
jmp @JmpTable(pc,d1.w) ; jump to routine for opcode
@JmpTable
bra.s @c_badop ; 0 is not a valid opcode
bra.s @c_inc ; 1
bra.s @c_noinc ; 2
bra.s @c_add ; 3
bra.s @c_move ; 4
bra.s @c_loop ; 5
bra.s @c_nop ; 6
bra.s @c_stop ; 7
nop ; 8 not valid
; fall through to @c_badop
@c_badop
moveq.l #scBadparmsErr,d0 ; bad opcode
bra.s @data_end
@c_noinc ; NOINC addr,count
bsr.s FastWriteFix ; go to write blind routine
bne.s @data_end ; if error, exit
bra.s @next_cmd ; else process next command
@c_add ; ADD addr,data
add.l d2,(a2) ; the count added to the where
bra.s @next_cmd ; process the next command
@c_move ; MOVE addr1,addr2
move.l d2,a0 ; get the destination address
move.l (a2),(a0) ; simple enough
bra.s @next_cmd ; process the next command
@c_loop ; LOOP relative addr,count
tst.l d2 ; check for zero loop count
beq.s @next_cmd ; if count is already zero, quit loop
subq.l #1,d2 ; drop the count
move.l d2,scParam2(a1) ; put the count back for next time
beq.s @next_cmd ; if count exhausted, don't loop <C859>
add.l a2,a1 ; modify the command pointer
bra.s @exec ; and process the next command
@c_stop
moveq.l #noErr,d0 ; indicate no error
; FALL THROUGH to @data_end ; <C846>
@data_end
jmp (ROMDataEnd) ; continue in ROM <50> djw
;_________________________________________________________________________________________
; FastWriteFix - patch to FastWrite
;
; This code replaces the low level data transfer routine for fast writes in the SCSI
; manager. It is rewritten to assume psuedo-dma is always on, and to do the device
; synchronization (looking for *REQ and *DRQ), after loading a data byte into the
; output register of the 5380. We don't have to worry about zero-byte transfers. They
; are weeded out in the calling routine (Transfer).
;
; Entry: d2 = number of bytes to transfer
; a2 = ptr to data buffer to transfer
; a3 = base addr of NCR 53C80
; a4 = ptr to SCSI globals
;
; Exit: d1 = number of bytes actually transfered. This value is only good if
; the transfer was good with no errors. It is inaccurate when an
; error aborts the transfer.
FastWriteFix
OldBusVct Equ -8
@savedregs Reg d2-d4/a1-a2/a5
; Setup for the transfer by installing our bus exception handler and saving
; registers.
movem.l @savedregs,-(sp)
lea.l sBSR(a3),a1 ; a1 = sBSR(a3) by convention
lea @Done,a5 ; set a5 as return addr from bus error
move.l BusErrVct,OldBusVct(a6) ; keep old vector
lea @BusErrHandler,a0 ; get addr of exception handler
move.l a0,BusErrVct ; install it in exception table
move.l SCSIHsk,a0 ; point to addr for pseudo-dma (hhsk)
adda.l #wroffs,a0 ; add in the write offset
moveq.l #noErr,d0 ; assume no error
move.l d2,d1 ; make a copy of the count - is it zero ?
beq @Done ; no bytes to xfer - done
; Pre-load the NCR 53C80's output register with a byte of data. If we are in
; the middle of a multi-block write, *ACK is currently asserted. Writing a byte
; to the output register will release *ACK, completing the handshaking, allowing
; the target to assert *REQ.
sub.l #1,d2 ; dec number of bytes to xfer
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; write data byte to output register
; With *ACK released, determine if the target is in sync. We cannot look for
; *REQ to be asserted, because the target may have already accepted the data byte
; and released *REQ at this point. We can sync on DRQ which will signal when
; the NCR 53C80 is ready to accept a data byte, meaning a *REQ from the target
; must have already occurred and our data byte was taken.
@syncWait
btst.b #bDMAR,(a1) ; check bus & status reg for DRQ
bne.s @doWrite ; DRQ present - sync-ed up so proceed
btst.b #bREQ,sCSR(a3) ; no DRQ - is *REQ present ?
beq.s @syncWait ; no *REQ yet - wait for sync
btst.b #bPM,(a1) ; with *REQ, check phase lines
bne.s @syncWait ; still in data out phase - wait
moveq.l #0,d1 ; out of phase - did not xfer any bytes
moveq.l #scPhaseErr,d0 ; return error
bra @Done ; exit
; Perform the write to the SCSI chip. First align the bytes to words, then
; align them to 32 byte chunks. Transfer the bulk of the data in 32 byte
; blocks.
; Reg d2.l = number of bytes to move
@doWrite
cmpi.l #3,d2 ; check for very short copy
bls.s @veryShort ; skip alignment if very short
move.l a2,d0 ; get addr of data buffer
andi.l #$00000003,d0 ; check for long word alignment
beq.s @Aligned ; if no alignment needed
subq.l #4,d0 ; bias by 4 to get correct index
add.l d0,d2 ; adjust the byte count (d0 = neg)
add.l d0,d0 ; adjust to word index
jmp @Aligned(pc,d0.w) ; do the alignment
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
@Aligned
move.l d2,d4 ; save tail byte count
lsr.w #2,d2 ; adjust to number of longs to move
moveq.l #7,d0 ; mask for starting index
and.l d2,d0 ; number of long words to move first
neg.w d0 ; negate to index backwards
add.w d0,d0 ; d0 = convert to index by 6 byte entries
move.w d0,d3 ; ...d3 = original value*2
add.w d0,d0 ; ...d0 = original value*4
add.w d3,d0 ; ...d0 = original value*6
lsr.l #3,d2 ; number of 32 byte blocks to move
move.l d2,d3 ; get number of 32*64K byte blks to move
swap d3 ; count in low word
jmp @CopyStart(pc,d0.w) ; jump into the loop
@CopyLoop move.l (a2)+,d0 ; ...fill d0 with 4 bytes
movep.l d0,0(a0) ; ...write 4 bytes to SCSI port
move.l (a2)+,d0 ; do this for 32 bytes
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
move.l (a2)+,d0
movep.l d0,0(a0)
@CopyStart dbra d2,@CopyLoop ; loop in chunks of 32 bytes
dbra d3,@CopyLoop ; loop in chunks of 32*64K bytes
andi.l #$00000003,d4 ; check for tail alignment
move.l d4,d2 ; d2 = number of bytes remaining
@veryShort
neg.w d2 ; negate to index backwards
add.w d2,d2 ;
jmp @Remaining(pc,d2.w) ; write remaining bytes
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
move.b (a2)+,(a0) ; move a byte
@Remaining
; Before exiting this routine, make sure that the peripheral has actually accepted
; the data byte. Wait for a DRQ (meaning the SCSI chip is ready for another byte)
; before exiting.
@DoneWait
moveq.l #noErr,d0 ; set good return
btst.b #bDMAR,(a1) ; check for DRQ (a1 = sBSR(a3))
bne.s @Done ; if DRQ, peripheral got the byte
btst.b #bREQ,sCSR(a3) ; no DRQ - is *REQ present ?
beq.s @DoneWait ; no *REQ yet - wait for it
btst.b #bPM,(a1) ; are we still in phase ?
bne.s @DoneWait ; if so, keep waiting
@Done
move.l OldBusVct(a6),BusErrVct ; restore previous Bus Error vector
movem.l (sp)+,@savedregs
tst.w d0 ; set the condition codes
rts ; we're done
;_________________________________________________________________________________________
; BusErrHandler - SCSI manager's bus exception handler
;
; Hardware handshaking data transfers require that the target peripheral be ready to
; receive or transmit a long word of data within 16 microseconds. Failure of the
; target to keep up will result in a bus error. In 68000 machines, no retries are
; possible so the transfer fails. It is up to the driver to retry.
;
; Determine whether the bus error belongs to the SCSI manager by examining the fault
; address. It should be an offset from the SCSIHsk base.
;
; Entry: a3 = base address of SCSI chip
; a5 = address to return to if bus exception
; a6 = SCSI mgr local stack frame ptr
;
; Output: d0 = error code
;
@BusErrHandler
move.l d0,-(sp) ; save d0
; Access to a number of SCSI addresses could cause a bus exception. Mask off the low
; bits of the fault address to get the base address. If it matches the SCSI chip's
; base address
moveq.l #$ffffff9c,d0 ; mask = $ffffff9c
and.l 2(sp),d0 ; clear variable bits of the fault address
cmp.l SCSIHsk,d0 ; was it a SCSI chip access ?
beq.s @ourErr ; if so, start processing the bus error
; Bus exception caused by someone else - call original exception handler
move.l (sp)+,d0 ; restore d0
move.l OldBusVct(a6),-(sp) ; jump to old bus error handler
rts
; Pop group 0 bus exception stack frame from stack and replace it with a normal
; group 1 (3 word) frame. Place a new return address in the exception frame and RTE.
@ourErr
move.w 8(sp),d0 ; get sr from stack
adda.w #7*2,sp ; dispose of the 7-word frame
move.l a5, -(sp) ; new return address
move.w d0,-(sp) ; sr value
; Determine whether this was a phase change or a device timeout from hardware handshaking
moveq.l #scBusTOErr,d0 ; assume a slow peripheral
btst.b #bREQ,sCSR(a3) ; is *REQ present ?
beq.s @ErrorDone ; no *REQ - assume timeout error
btst.b #bPM,sBSR(a3) ; phase change?
bne.s @ErrorDone ; no phase change
moveq.l #scPhaseErr,d0 ; return phase change error
@ErrorDone
rte ; 'return' from the fake exception
Endp
Opt all ; set optimization back to preset level <50> djw
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PAB87 06Mar87 CSL patch out the JcrsrTask to support absolute cursor position.
; The whole Jcrsrtask routine is replaced by the patch below.
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 06Mar87 #PAB87 (JcrsrTask) (JcrsrTask)
;
CrsrPtch PROC EXPORT
;
; ===================================================================
; Constants. Size of the mapping table.
; ===================================================================
;
MaxL EQU 8 ; Maximum value of L
;FDBByte0 EQU $164
;FDBByte1 EQU $165
;
; ===================================================================
; Globals. First words of this resource.
; ===================================================================
;
Cnt EQU 0 ; word: number of valid error deltas
MaxCnt EQU Cnt+2 ; word: limit on number of error deltas
Err7 EQU MaxCnt+2 ; word: time-7 error magnitude
Err6 EQU Err7+2 ; word: time-6 error magnitude
Err5 EQU Err6+2 ; word: time-5 error magnitude
Err4 EQU Err5+2 ; word: time-4 error magnitude
Err3 EQU Err4+2 ; word: time-3 error magnitude
Err2 EQU Err3+2 ; word: time-2 error magnitude
Err1 EQU Err2+2 ; word: time-1 error magnitude
Error EQU Err1+2 ; word: accumulated error
GSize EQU Error+2
;
;
; ===================================================================
; Code. @MouseMap+EntryOff
; ===================================================================
;
TST.B CrsrNew ; Mouse changed?
BEQ Done ; No É return
TST.B CrsrBusy ; Cursor locked?
BNE Done ; Yes É return
;
TST.B CrsrCouple ; Cursor coupled to mouse?
BEQ NoComp ; No É skip computation <DSV>
;
MOVE.W MTemp+H,D0 ; Find ÆMx
SUB.W RawMouse+H,D0
;
MOVE.W MTemp+V,D1 ; Find ÆMy
SUB.W RawMouse+V,D1
;
MOVE.W D0,D2 ; x := |ÆMx|
BGE.S AbsX1
NEG.W D2
AbsX1
;
MOVE.W D1,D3 ; y := |ÆMy|
BGE.S AbsY1
NEG.W D3
AbsY1
;
move.l MickeyBytes,a0 ; <10/7/86 SMH> get globals
CMP.W D2,D3 ; D3 := magnitude(x,y)
BLS.S MagDone
EXG D2,D3
MagDone
ASR.W #1,D3
ADD.W D2,D3
;
; *** BEGIN NEW ***
;
BNE.S DoComp ; Zero magnitude É donÕt compute ***
MOVE.W #1,Cnt(A0) ; No hits ***
CLR.W Error(A0) ; No errors ***
BRA DoPin ; Update the cursor ***
DoComp
;
MOVEM.L D4-D5,-(A7) ; Save off registers
MOVE.W Cnt(A0),D4 ; D4 is the number of samples
CMP.W MaxCnt(A0),D4 ; Is Count less than MaxCnt
BGE.S CountOK
ADD.W #1,Cnt(A0) ; Yes É we will have one more error
CountOK
;
MOVE.W D3,D5 ; Magnitude at current time
;
MOVE.W D4,D2 ; Get Count
SUB.W #1,D2 ; Index into JTab
ASL.W #1,D2 ; REQUIRES BRA.SÕs IN JUMP TABLES
JMP JTab(PC,D2.W) ; Jump to the right code per Count
;
JTab
BRA.S E1 ; Count = 1
BRA.S E2 ; Count = 2
BRA.S E3 ; Count = 3
BRA.S E4 ; Count = 4
BRA.S E5 ; Count = 5
BRA.S E6 ; Count = 6
BRA.S E7 ; Count = 7
; *** BRA.S E8 ; Count = 8 ***
;
E8 ADD.W Err7(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-7 magnitude
;
E7 ADD.W Err6(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-6 magnitude
MOVE.W Err6(A0),Err7(A0) ; Shift out time-6 magnitude
;
E6 ADD.W Err5(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-5 magnitude
MOVE.W Err5(A0),Err6(A0) ; Shift out time-5 magnitude
;
E5 ADD.W Err4(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-4 magnitude
MOVE.W Err4(A0),Err5(A0) ; Shift out time-4 magnitude
;
E4 ADD.W Err3(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-3 magnitude
MOVE.W Err3(A0),Err4(A0) ; Shift out time-3 magnitude
;
E3 ADD.W Err2(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-2 magnitude
MOVE.W Err2(A0),Err3(A0) ; Shift out time-2 magnitude
;
E2 ADD.W Err1(A0),D5 ; Accumulate time-1 magnitude
MOVE.W Err1(A0),Err2(A0) ; Shift out time-1 magnitude
;
E1 MOVE.W D3,Err1(A0) ; Shift out current magnitude
;
MOVE.W D4,D2 ; Round up the divide
ASR.W #1,D2 ; by half the denominator
ADD.W D2,D5
EXT.L D5 ; Set up for the divide
DIVU D4,D5 ; Find the average magnitude
;
MOVE.W D3,D4 ; Get the original magnitude
SUB.W D5,D3 ; Find distance to average magnitude
ADD.W Error(A0),D3 ; Add on the accumulated error
CMP.W #-1,D3 ; Define -1 div 2 = 0
BNE.S DivOK
CLR.W D3
DivOK ASR.W #1,D3 ; Get half of it
MOVE.W D3,Error(A0) ; Update it
ADD.W D5,D3 ; Desired mag is average+Error
;
CMP.W #255,D5 ; mag := MAX(mag,255)
BLS.S MaxDone
MOVE.B #255,D5
MaxDone
;
move.l MickeyBytes,a0 ; <10/7/86 SMH> get at globals
add #GSize,a0 ; <10/24/86 SMH> point to table
CLR.W D2 ; i := 0
;
Search
ADD.B #1,D2 ; repeat
CMP.B (A0)+,D5 ; i := i+1
BHI.S Search ; until mag ² Table[i]
;
MULS D2,D3 ; D4 := i*(Mag(ÆM)+Error)
;
MULS D3,D0 ; ÆCx := (ÆMx*i*(Mag(ÆM)+Error))/Mag(ÆM)
DIVS D4,D0 ; <<<<<< D3 >>>>>>>
;
MULS D3,D1 ; ÆCy := (ÆMy*i*(Mag(ÆM)+Error))/Mag(ÆM)
DIVS D4,D1 ; <<<<<< D3 >>>>>>>
;
MOVEM.L (A7)+,D4-D5 ; Restore registers
;
; *** END NEW ***
;
ADD.W D0,RawMouse+H ; Update raw mouse location
ADD.W D1,RawMouse+V
;
DoPin
LEA CrsrPin,A0 ; Bounding rect for cursor ***
MOVE.L RawMouse,D0 ; Pin mouse inside rect
BSR.S PinGuts
;
MOVE.L D0,RawMouse ; Update cursor locations
MOVE.L D0,MTemp
;
AND.L MouseMask,D0 ; Do jerky masking to drop low bits
MOVE.L MouseOffset,D1 ; Get the offset
BEQ.S SkipPin ; Skip 2nd pin if not
ADD.L D1,D0 ; Do jerky offset
BSR.S PinGuts ; Pin mouse inside rect again
SkipPin
MOVE.L D0,Mouse ; Actual mouse location
;
Repaint
TST.B CrsrObscure ; Unpaint the cursor
BNE.S Unpainted
_HideCursor ; Hide the cursor
Unpainted
;
CLR.B CrsrNew ; Cursor is fresh
CLR.B CrsrObscure ; Cursor is not obscured
_ShowCursor ; Repaint the cursor
;
; *** BEGIN NEW ***
;
RTS ; Goodbye
;
Done
move.l MickeyBytes,a0 ; <10/7/86 SMH> get globals
MOVE.W #1,Cnt(A0) ; No hits
CLR.W Error(A0) ; No errors
RTS ; Goodbye
;
NoComp
move.l MickeyBytes,a0 ; <10/7/86 SMH> get globals
MOVE.W #1,Cnt(A0) ; No hits
CLR.W Error(A0) ; No errors
BRA.S Repaint ; Update the cursor
;
; *** END NEW ***
;
; ===================================================================
; PinGuts limits the point in D0 to the
; bounding rectangle pointed to by A0.
; ===================================================================
;
PinGuts
CMP.W Left(A0),D0 ; Check left side
BGE.S LeftOK
MOVE.W Left(A0),D0
LeftOK
;
CMP.W Right(A0),D0 ; Check right side
BLE.S RightOK
MOVE.W Right(A0),D0
SUB.W #1,D0
RightOK
SWAP D0 ; Deal with vertical coord
;
CMP.W Top(A0),D0 ; Check top
BGE.S TopOK
MOVE.W Top(A0),D0
TopOK
;
CMP.W Bottom(A0),D0 ; Check bottom
BLE.S BotOK
MOVE.W Bottom(A0),D0
SUB.W #1,D0
BotOK SWAP D0
;
RTS
ENDPROC
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMA100 CXXX 10Mar87 DAF FindWindow {TB}WindowMgr3.a
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 10Mar87 #PMA100 (FindWindow) (FindWindow)
;
; FindWindow Patch:
;
; This patch adjusts FindWindow to call the menuBar defProc to hit test the mouse
; point. It works only with the patched menumgr.
;
;
; FUNCTION FindWindow(thePoint: Point; VAR theWindow: WindowPtr): INTEGER;
;
;
FindWindow PROC EXPORT
IMPORT CallMBarProc
FWEntry1 EQU $40C7D2
FWEntry2 EQU $40C7CE
MOVEM.L D1/D3/A3,-(SP) ;save work registers <23-Oct-85 EHB>
LEA 16(SP),A0 ;point to window ptr var <23-Oct-85 EHB>
MOVE.L (A0)+,A1 ;get pointer to windowPtr
CLR.L (A1) ;make it NIL
MOVE.L (A0)+,D3 ;get the mouse point
CLR.W (A0) ;set classification code to zero
;
; first check to see if the point is on the menu bar. It returns - for not in menubar,
; 0 for in menubar, but not in title, or + for in menu Title.
;
MOVEQ #1,D0 ; put hit message in D0 <C424/18Nov86> DAF
MOVE.L D3,D1 ; send point as parameter <C424/18Nov86> DAF
BSR CallMBarProc ; call menuBar defproc <C424/18Nov86> DAF
TST.L D0 ; test the result <C424/18Nov86> DAF
BMI.S NotOnMBar ; if +, then not on bar <C424/18Nov86> DAF
JMP FWEntry2
NotOnMBar JMP FWEntry1
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMA100 CXXX 10Mar87 DAF InitWindows {TB}WindowMgr2.a
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 10Mar87 #PMA100 (InitWindows) (InitWindows)
;
; InitWindows Patch:
;
; This patch adjusts InitWindows to call the menuBar defProc when calculating the
; menuBar height and clearing the space. It works only with the patched menumgr.
;
;
; PROCEDURE InitWindows;
;
INITWINDOWS PROC EXPORT
IMPORT CallMBarProc
AllocPort EQU $40BBCE
IWReEntry EQU $40BC4A
LINK A6,#-16 ; make a stack frame
MOVEM.L D3-D5/A3-A4,-(SP) ; save work registers
MOVEQ #7,D0 ; handy bit number <EHB 1/23/85>
BSET D0,DSWndUpdate ; cancel pending PaintBehind <EHB 1/23/85>
BSET D0,AlarmState ; reset alarm parity <EHB 1/23/85>
CLR.B WWExist ; say the window world exists <EHB 1/23/85>
MOVE.L MinusOne,SaveUpdate ;enable update accumulation and erasing
; set up the deskPattern from Sys.resource
SUBQ #4,SP ;make room for function result
MOVE #deskPatID,-(SP) ;push pattern ID of deskPattern
_GetPattern ;tell resource manager to get it
MOVE.L (SP)+,A0 ;get the pattern handle
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ;get pattern pointer
MOVE.L (A0)+,DeskPattern ;init the deskPattern
MOVE.L (A0),DeskPattern+4 ;don't forget 2nd half of it
;
; allocate and init the window manager's port
;
JSR AllocPort
MOVE.L A3,WMGRPORT ;make it the wmgrPort
;
; initialize the screen by blacking out the corners, drawing the menu bar, and then
; filling the rest with the deskPattern.
LEA PortRect(A3),A0 ; get the port's rect
MOVE.L A0,-(SP) ; a copy for building gray region
MOVE.L A0,-(SP) ; and one for painting it gray
LEA TempRect,A4 ; get a temp rect
MOVE.L A4,A1 ; get a copy to trash
MOVE.L (A0)+,(A1)+ ; copy the portRect
MOVE.L (A0),(A1)
MOVE.L A4,-(SP) ; push the temp rect
MOVE.L #$FFFDFFFD,-(SP) ; and make it bigger
_InsetRect ; by 3 pixels on each side
MOVE.L #$00030003,-(SP) ; get a wider pen
_PenSize
MOVE.L A4,-(SP) ; push the port rect
MOVE.L #$00160016,-(SP) ; and a radius for nice rounding
_FrameRoundRect ; and black out the corners
_PenNormal ; fix the pen back up
;
; draw the empty menu bar, leaving the clip region set to the menuBar
_InitMenus ; init the mbar defproc <C168/17Sep86>DAF
MOVEQ #6,D0 ; set up for the height message, no params
BSR CallMBarProc ; execute the defproc,ignoring the result
MOVEQ #0,D0 ; set up for the draw message <DAF 20Aug86>
MOVE.L #-1,D1 ; parameter is -1 for cleared bar only <DAF 20Aug86>
BSR CallMBarProc ; execute the defproc <DAF 20Aug86>
JMP IWReEntry ; return to ROM
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Utility -- CallMBarProc
;
; On Entry: d0 lo-word=message number, hi-word=parameter1 <FJL 3Feb87>
; d1 parameter2
; Use: a0
; On Exit: d0 return value
;
; mbResID: comes from menuList
; mbVariant: the low 3 bits of mbResID are the variant
;
; Note that we store the MBDF's Hndl in low memory location MBDFHndl but this is for
; convenience only. We do not count on its being there between calls to this utility.
;
;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CallMBarProc PROC EXPORT
movem.l d4, -(sp) ; save work register
CLR.L -(SP) ; make room for defproc return <DAF 20Aug86>
MOVE.L MenuList,A0 ; get the menuList head <DAF 20Aug86>
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ; handle->pointer <DAF 20Aug86>
move mbResID(a0), -(sp) ; get resource ID <FJL C428><24Jan87>
andi.w #0007, (sp) ; use low 3 bits only <FJL 24Jan87>
MOVE.W D0,-(SP) ; push the message number <DAF 20Aug86>
swap d0 ; get parameter1 in lo-word
move.w d0, -(sp) ; push parameter1 <FJL 3Feb87>
MOVE.L D1,-(SP) ; push parameter2 <DAF 20Aug86>
;
; get the mbarproc each time we call it instead of counting on low mem to be correct <FJL A/C391>
;
subq #4, sp ; space for return result
move.l #'MBDF', -(sp)
move mbResID(a0), -(sp) ; get resource ID
MOVE.W #MapTRUE,ROMMapInsert ; set flag to load from ROM <DAF 20Aug86>
_GetResource
move.l (sp)+, MBDFHndl
MOVE.L MBDFHndl,A0 ; get the menu bar defproc handle
_HGetState ; get the current state
move.l d0, d4 ; save state in d4
_HLock ; lock it
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ; get a pointer to it
JSR (A0) ; jump to it
; returned from defproc, return handle to previous state before exiting
MOVE.L MBDFHndl,A0 ; get the handle
move.l d4, d0 ; get previous state from d4
_HSetState ; reset previous state
MOVE.L (SP)+,D0 ; get the defproc return
movem.l (sp)+, d4 ; restore work register
RTS ; and return
ENDPROC
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PABM150 28Mar87 JTC&JAF New SysEnvirons call.
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Routine(s) Fixed Fix Routine(s)
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 28Mar87 #PABM150 (SysEnvirons) (SysEnvirons)
;
INCLUDE 'SysEnvirons.a' ;<PMAB449>
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PA182 21May87 CSL DiskSelect SonyQDUtil.a:DiskSelect
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 21May87 #PA182 (DiskSelect) (DiskSelect)
;
;
; This patch is to fix the performance of the upper internal floppy drive for SE.
;
RPowerDown EQU $00435316
RomAt1 EQU $00435350
RDiskSelect PROC
TST.W TimeOut(A1) ; timeout pending? <25Oct85>
BEQ.S @0 ; br if not <25Oct85>
MOVE.W TimeOutDrive(A1),D0 ; see if it's us <25Oct85>
CMP.W Drive(A1),D0 ; ? <25Oct85>
BEQ.S @0 ; br if so <25Oct85>
MOVEQ #0,D0 ; turn it off immediately <25Oct85>
JSR RPowerDown ; (it will still be selected) <25Oct85>
@0 CLR.W TimeOut(A1) ; clear pending timeout <11Jun85>
CMP.W #drive2,D1 ; if Drive=1 or 2, it's internal
BGT.S @1
CMP.W #drive1,D1 ;
BEQ.S @3 ; br if so
BCLR #vDriveSel,VBufD(A2) ; select internal drive 2
BRA.S @4 ; branch always
@3
BSET #vDriveSel,VBufD(A2) ; select drive 1
@4
TST.B IntDrive(A0) ; select internal drive
TST.B MtrOn(A0) ; assert /enb
RTS
@1
jmp RomAt1
ENDPROC
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PA235 FClosePatch patch:
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 19Aug87 PP235 (FClose) (DtrmV3,
; FlushCache,
; BTClose,
; BTFlush)
;
; This patch fixes a problem in FClose which results in the catalog and extents file
; BTCBs not being released for an Unmount call. The branch following a test for a system
; CNID was reversed.
;
; Patched using the "DtrmV3", "FlushCache", "BTClose", and "BTFlush" vectors.
;
; The corresponding source code change for this patch were made to TFSRFN2.a in
; the "FClose" routine.
;
; 11Sep87 BB/JB Fixed FlushCache patch to save/restore async return address
; on a6 stack (PA269)
; 25Sep87 BB/JB Modified FlushCache patch (PA235) to check for an Offline, Eject,
; UnMountVol, or HUnMountVol trap before releasing the BTree
; control blocks (PA290).
; <54> dnf/csd Remove checks for _Offline and _Eject as we no longer close the
; catalog and extents files on these calls.
;____________________________________________________________________________________
FClosePatches proc
export saveDtrmV3,DtrmV3Patch,svFlushCache,FlCachePatch,BTClosePatch,BTFlushPatch
svFlushCache dc.l 0 ; Save of real FlushCache's address from vector
saveDtrmV3 dc.l 0 ; Save of real DtrmV3's address from vector
CatBTCBPtr dc.l 0 ; BTCB addr for catalog file
ExtBTCBPtr dc.l 0 ; BTCB addr for extent file
DtrmV3Patch
;
; Fake a JSR to the real DtrmV3 routine
;
pea @0 ; Where the real DtrmV3 will return to
move.l saveDtrmV3,-(sp) ; Go to it for now...
rts
@0
beq.s @1 ; Any errors from DtrmV3?
rts ; Return them to our caller if so...
@1
movem.l a0/a1/d1,-(sp)
cmp.w #TSigWord,VCBSigWord(a2) ; HFS volume?
bne.s @3 ; No, must be MFS so exit...
tst.w vcbFSID(a2) ; External file system (AppleShare)?
bne.s @3 ; Yep--get out of here...
;
; See if we came from Unmount
;
move.w ioTrap(a0),d0 ; Get trap we were called from
bclr #HFSBit,d0 ; (For unconditional UnMount) <25Sep87>
cmp.w #$A00E,d0 ; Unmount trap?
bne.s @3 ; Exit if not...
;
; For calls coming from Unmount, we have to save the catalog and
; extent file BTCB addresses so they can be deallocated later at FlushCache time.
;
@2
move.l FCBsPtr,a1 ; FCB array base address
move.w vcbCTRef(a2),d1 ; Catalog file refnum from VCB
beq.s @3 ; Exit if invalid catalog file refnum...
move.l fcbBTCBPtr(a1,d1),d0 ; Get BTCB pointer from FCB
lea CatBTCBPtr,a0 ; ...and save it for later
move.l d0,(a0)
move.w vcbXTRef(a2),d1 ; Extent file refnum from VCB
beq.s @3 ; Exit if invalid extent file refnum...
move.l fcbBTCBPtr(a1,d1),d0 ; Get BTCB pointer from FCB
lea ExtBTCBPtr,a0 ; ...and save it for later
move.l d0,(a0)
@3
movem.l (sp)+,a0/a1/d1
moveq #0,d0 ; Pseudo completion code
rts
;____________________________________________________________________________________
;
; FlushCache patch deallocates orphaned BTCBs uncovered by the DtrmV3 patch above.
; Patch looks for a call from inside FlushBuffers to make sure the BTCBs are
; released after the catalog and extent files have been flushed and closed.
;
;____________________________________________________________________________________
fromFlBufs equ $404F38 ; 1st return from FlushCache in FlushBuffers in SE ROM
FlCachePatch
move.l (sp)+,-(a6) ; Save async return address <11Sep87>
pea @0 ; Where the real FlushCache will return...
move.l svFlushCache,-(sp) ; Fake a JSR to the real FlushCache
rts
@0
movem.l d0/a0/a1,-(sp) ; Save FlushCache's return code & some regs
cmp.l #fromFlBufs,(a6) ; Coming from FlushBuffers? <11Sep87>
bne.s @5 ; Exit if not...
;
; See if we came from Unmount
;
move.l FSQHead,a0 ; Get ptr to current operation <25Sep87>
move.w ioTrap(a0),d0 ; Get trap we were called from <25Sep87>
bclr #HFSBit,d0 ; (For unconditional UnMount) <25Sep87>
cmp.w #$a00e,d0 ; Unmount trap? <25Sep87>
bne.s @5 ; Exit if not... <25Sep87>
@1
lea CatBTCBPtr,a1 ; Get saved catalog file BTCB address
move.l (a1),d0
beq.s @2 ; Skip if not defined...
move.l d0,a0 ; Else, point to it
_DisposePtr ; Deallocate orphan BTCB
clr.l (a1) ; ...and zap its reference
@2
lea ExtBTCBPtr,a1 ; Get saved extent file BTCB address
move.l (a1),d0
beq.s @5 ; Skip if not defined...
move.l d0,a0 ; Else, point to it
_DisposePtr ; Deallocate orphan BTCB
clr.l (a1) ; ...and zap its reference
@5
movem.l (sp)+,d0/a0/a1 ; Restore return code and registers
move.l (a6)+,-(a7) ; Restore async return address <11Sep87>
tst.w d0 ; Strobe FlushCache's return code
rts
;____________________________________________________________________________________
;
; BTClose patch to avoid BTClosing non-system BTree files
;
;____________________________________________________________________________________
vBTClose equ $4081AC
BTClosePatch
move.l a1,-(sp)
move.l FCBsPtr,a1
cmp.l #FSUsrCNID,FCBFlNm(a1,d0) ; Is this a 'system file'?
move.l (sp)+,a1
blo.s @1 ; If so, really flush it...
moveq #0,d0 ; Else, do nothing and return SUCCESS...
rts
@1
jmp vBTClose
;____________________________________________________________________________________
;
; BTFlush patch to avoid BTFlushing non-system BTree files
;
;____________________________________________________________________________________
vBTFlush equ $40839E
BTFlushPatch
move.l a1,-(sp)
move.l FCBsPtr,a1
cmp.l #FSUsrCNID,FCBFlNm(a1,d0) ; Is this a 'system file'?
move.l (sp)+,a1
blo.s @1 ; If so, really flush it...
moveq #0,d0 ; Else, do nothing and return SUCCESS...
rts
@1
jmp vBTFlush
endproc ; *** End of FClose patches ***
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PA244 Unmount patch:
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 24Aug87 PA244 (Unmount) (Unmount)
;
; This patch prevents a volume from being unmounted if there are any open files
; on the requested volume. Side effects from letting this happen was typically
; a trashed catalog or extent file due to re-assignment of an FCB (refnum).
; In the MultiFinder environment, one application could unmount a volume out
; from underneath another.
;
; Patched using the "UnmountVol" trap.
;
; PMAB271 14Sep87 BB/JB Modified unmount patch PA244 to unconditionally unmount a
; volume if the HFS bit is set in the ioTrap word.
;____________________________________________________________________________________
UnmountPatch proc
RomFSQSync equ $4042e8 ; Mac SE FS queue sync
toUnmount equ $40508c ; Mac SE return from DtrmV3 in UnmountVol
jsr RomFSQSync ; Get in sync...
clr.b FlushOnly ; Setup same as UnmountVol
pea @1
move.l jDtrmV3,-(sp) ; Call DtrmV3 to do setup stuff
rts
@1 bne.s UnmountExit
;
; On return from DtrmV3, A2 contains the VCB ptr of the volume
; in question. Search the FCB array for open files that reference
; the volume...
;
moveq #0,d0 ; Initialize result code
btst #HFSBit,ioTrap(a0) ; Unconditional unmount? <14Sep87>
bne.s @6 ; Xfer if so... <14Sep87>
movem.l a1/d1/d2,-(sp)
move.l FCBsPtr,a1 ; FCB array base address
moveq #2,d1 ; Index of 1st FCB
@2
move.l fcbFlNm(a1,d1),d2 ; Is the file currently open?
beq.s @4 ; Nope, try next FCB...
cmp.l fcbVPtr(a1,d1),a2 ; Is the file on the vol in question?
bne.s @4 ; No, try next FCB...
cmp.w #Tsigword,vcbSigWord(a2) ; is sigword that of TFS?
bne.s @3 ; Yes, assert UnmountVol error
cmp.l #FSUsrCNID,d2 ; is it an internal file?
blo.s @4 ; if so, try next FCB...
cmp.l #$47525420,d2 ; is it a fake AppleShare FCB?
beq.s @4 ; yes, skip it...
@3 moveq #fBsyErr,d0 ; assert UnmountVol error
bra.s @5 ; Get out...
@4
add.w FSFCBLen,d1 ; Next FCB array entry
cmp.w (a1),d1 ; Reached the end yet?
blo.s @2 ; Continue search...
@5
movem.l (sp)+,a1/d1/d2
@6 ; <14Sep87>
tst.w d0 ; Were files open?
UnmountExit:
jmp toUnmount
endproc ; *** End of Unmount patch ***
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMAB241 BadTrap Handler patch
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchIIROM.a 25Aug87 PMAB241 (BadTrap) (BadTrap)
;
; This patch is to salvage D0 reg for MacsBug on Debugger traps which use the ROM BadTrap routine.
; Fix is to save regs prior to using D0 reg for error code.
;____________________________________________________________________________________
NewBadTrap PROC EXPORT
ROMSysErr3 EQU $40138E ; ROM entry point in SysErr after save of regs
MOVEM.L D0-D7/A0-A7,SEVars ; save all regs for debugger
MOVEQ #12,D0 ; signal bad trap error
JMP ROMSyserr3 ; and go to ROM, don't resave regs
ENDPROC
IF (NOT hasSplineFonts) THEN ;<2.3-4april89-CEL>
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMA299 27Oct87 NMB StdTxMeas DrText
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 27Oct87 #PMA299 (StdTxMeas) (DrText)
;
; This patch fixes QuickDraw so that it properly handles fonts in excess of 128Kb. This is done
; by checking the FNDESCENT field of the FontRec. If that value is positive, then that word is
; used as the upper 16 bits of the offset/width table pointer.
NewStdTxMeas PROC EXPORT
seDrTextAddr EQU $4136D6 ; Address of code after call from DrText in SE Rom
seSTMAddr EQU $413486 ; Beginning of StdTxMeas in SE ROM
seBack2DrText EQU $413954 ; ROM address to continue execution
CMPI.L #seDrTextAddr,(SP) ; Being called from DrText? *NB Patch*
BEQ.S seChgRtn ; Yes, change Return Address. *NB Patch*
JMP seSTMAddr ;Otherwise, jump to ROM (beginning of StdTxMeas) *NB Patch*
seChgRtn ADDQ.L #4,SP ;Pop the old return address offÉ
PEA seDrTextPatch ;Replace return address with patch code *NB Patch*
JMP seSTMAddr ;Now, jump to ROM (beginning of StdTxMeas) *NB Patch*
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMA299 27Oct87 NMB DrText DrText
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 27Oct87 #PMA299 (DrText) (DrText)
;
; This patch completes the fix to QuickDraw so that it properly handles fonts in excess of 128Kb.
; This is done by checking the FNDESCENT field of the FontRec. If that value is positive,
; then that word is used as the upper 16 bits of the offset/width table pointer. However, the
; first code executed tests to see if the FNDESCENT is truly positive. If it is not, then the
; ROM version of DrText is executed instead.
SEfNDescent EQU 10 ;Word: *NB Patch*
SEMapRectROM EQU $418D58 ;ROM Address of MapRect *NB Patch*
SEGoHomeROM EQU $413DC6 ;ROM Address of GoHome in DrText *NB Patch*
SERSectROM EQU $414880 ;ROM Address of RSect *NB Patch*
SETrimRectROM EQU $41692A ;ROM Address of TrimRect *NB Patch*
SEShieldCursorROM EQU $412A34 ;ROM Address of ShieldCursor *NB Patch*
SEDrTextROM EQU $413696 ;ROM Address of DrText *NB Patch*
;-------------------------------------------
;
; KERNED STRIKE FONT FORMAT OFFSETS:
;
FORMAT EQU 0 ;WORD
MINCHAR EQU 2 ;WORD
MAXCHAR EQU 4 ;WORD
MAXWD EQU 6 ;WORD
FBBOX EQU 8 ;WORD
FBBOY EQU 10 ;WORD
FBBDX EQU 12 ;WORD
FBBDY EQU 14 ;WORD
LENGTH EQU 16 ;WORD
xfASCENT EQU 18 ;WORD
XOFFSET EQU 22 ;WORD
RASTER EQU 24 ;WORD
;------------------------------------------------------
;
; A6 OFFSETS OF PARAMETERS AFTER LINK:
;
PARAMSIZE EQU 14 ;SIZE OF PARAMETERS
COUNT EQU PARAMSIZE+8-2 ;WORD
TEXTADDR EQU COUNT-4 ;LONG
NUMER EQU TEXTADDR-4 ;LONG, POINT
DENOM EQU NUMER-4 ;LONG, POINT
;-----------------------------------------------------------
;
; A6 OFFSETS OF LOCAL VARIABLES AFTER LINK:
;
SAVESTK EQU -4 ;LONG
TEXTRECT EQU SAVESTK-8 ;RECT
TEXTR2 EQU TEXTRECT-8 ;RECT
MINRECT EQU TEXTR2-8 ;RECT
BUFEND EQU MINRECT-4 ;LONG
BUFSTART EQU BUFEND-4 ;LONG
BUFFSIZE EQU BUFSTART-2 ;WORD
BUFROW EQU BUFFSIZE-2 ;WORD
BUFLEFT EQU BUFROW-2 ;WORD
BUF2START EQU BUFLEFT-4 ;LONG
BUF2END EQU BUF2START-4 ;LONG
HEIGHT EQU BUF2END-2 ;WORD
SRCBITS EQU HEIGHT-14 ;BITMAP
DSTBITS EQU SRCBITS-14 ;BITMAP
FAKERGN EQU DSTBITS-10 ;RECTANGULAR REGION
FAKEPTR EQU FAKERGN-4 ;LONG, FAKE MASTER POINTER
SRCADDR EQU FAKEPTR-4 ;LONG
SRCROW EQU SRCADDR-2 ;WORD
FASTFLAG EQU SRCROW-2 ;BYTE
PENLOC EQU FASTFLAG-4 ;POINT
SRCPTR EQU PENLOC-4 ;LONG
DSTPTR EQU SRCPTR-4 ;LONG
STRETCH EQU DSTPTR-2 ;BOOLEAN
FROMRECT EQU STRETCH-8 ;RECT
TORECT EQU FROMRECT-8 ;RECT
SRCRECT EQU TORECT-8 ;RECT
DSTRECT EQU SRCRECT-8 ;RECT
SPWIDTH EQU DSTRECT-4 ;FIXED POINT
CHARLOC EQU SPWIDTH-4 ;FIXED POINT
INFO EQU CHARLOC-8 ;4 WORDS
HEIGHTAB EQU INFO-4 ;LONG
WIDTAB EQU HEIGHTAB-4 ;LONG
LOCTAB EQU WIDTAB-4 ;LONG
TOPHT EQU LOCTAB-2 ;word
HEIGHTFLAG EQU TOPHT-2 ;byte
MAXMIN EQU HEIGHTFLAG-2 ;word
MINCH EQU MAXMIN-2 ;word
SAVEA5 EQU MINCH-4 ;LONG
NUMER2 EQU SAVEA5-4 ;Point
DENOM2 EQU NUMER2-4 ;Point
VARSIZE EQU DENOM2 ;SIZE OF VARIABLES
; *NB Patch* We enter patch land immediately after a jump to StdTxMeas. That routine knows
; that if it is called from DrText that it should jump to the patch rather than return.
seDrTextPatch MOVE.L $99A,A2 ; Get handle to FontRecord
MOVE.L (A2),A2 ; Dereference
TST.W sefNDescent(A2) ; Is fNDescent>0?
BGT.S seDoDrTextPatch ; Yup, execute patch code
JMP seDrTextAddr ; Jump back to ROM.
seDoDrTextPatch MOVE (SP)+,D1 ;POP UNSCALED WIDTH RESULT
;
; StdTxMeas also stashes FMOutPtr in QD global FONTPTR,
; and unscaled fixed point text width in FixTxWid.
;
MOVE.L FONTPTR(A4),A4 ;POINT TO FMOUTPUT
MOVE.L 2(A4),A2 ;GET FONT HANDLE
MOVE.L (A2),A2 ;DE-REFERENCE IT
MOVE FBBDY(A2),TOPHT(A6) ;INIT TOPHT IN CASE OLD FONT
BTST #0,1(A2) ;DOES FONT HAVE HEIGHT TABLE ?
SNE HEIGHTFLAG(A6) ;REMEMBER FOR LATER
;
; Setup textRect, the rectangle bounding the entire string.
;
MOVE.L PNLOC(A3),D2 ;GET PEN LOCATION
MOVE.L D2,PENLOC(A6) ;SAVE FOR LATER
MOVE.W D2,TEXTRECT+LEFT(A6) ;TEXTRECT.LEFT := PNLOC.H
ADD.W D1,D2 ;right := left + width
MOVEQ #7,D0 ;get mode mask
AND TXMODE(A3),D0 ;is txMode = srcCopy ?
BEQ.S seNOSLOP ;yes, don't add slop
CMP #3,D0 ;is textMode > srcBic ?
BGT.S seNOSLOP ;yes, don't add slop
ADD.W #32,D2 ;SLOP FOR ITALIC,BOLD,OVERSTRIKE
seNOSLOP MOVE.W D2,TEXTRECT+RIGHT(A6) ;STORE IN TEXTRECT.RIGHT
SWAP D2 ;GET PNLOC.V
SUB xfASCENT(A2),D2 ;SUBTRACT ASCENT
MOVE D2,TEXTRECT+TOP(A6) ;TEXTRECT.TOP := PNLOC.V - ASCENT
ADD FBBDY(A2),D2 ;ADD HEIGHT
MOVE D2,TEXTRECT+BOTTOM(A6) ;TEXTRECT.BOTTOM := TOP + HEIGHT
MOVE.L TEXTRECT(A6),TEXTR2(A6) ;MAKE AN EXTRA COPY
MOVE.L TEXTRECT+4(A6),TEXTR2+4(A6) ;OF TEXTRECT IN TEXTR2
;
; Check for stretching
;
MOVE.L NUMER(A6),D0 ;GET NUMERATOR
CMP.L DENOM(A6),D0 ;ARE WE STRETCHING ?
SNE STRETCH(A6) ;REMEMBER THE ANSWER
BEQ.S seNOSTRCH ;CONTINUE IF NOT STRETCHING
;
; We will be stretching. Setup fromRect and toRect and map textR2.
;
MULU D0,D1 ;MULT WIDTH BY NUMER.H
DIVU DENOM+H(A6),D1 ;DIV BY DENOM.H
MOVE.L PENLOC(A6),D0 ;GET PENLOC
MOVE.L D0,TORECT+TOPLEFT(A6) ;SET UP TORECT TOPLEFT
ADD.W NUMER+H(A6),D0 ;CALC PENLOC.H + NUMER.H
MOVE D0,TORECT+RIGHT(A6) ;SET UP TORECT RIGHT
SWAP D0 ;GET PENLOC.V
ADD NUMER+V(A6),D0 ;CALC PENLOC.V + NUMER.V
MOVE D0,TORECT+BOTTOM(A6) ;SET UP TORECT BOTTOM
MOVE.L PENLOC(A6),D0 ;GET PENLOC
MOVE.L D0,FROMRECT+TOPLEFT(A6) ;SET UP FROMRECT TOPLEFT
ADD.W DENOM+H(A6),D0 ;CALC PENLOC.H + DENOM.H
MOVE D0,FROMRECT+RIGHT(A6) ;SET UP FROMRECT RIGHT
SWAP D0 ;GET PENLOC.V
ADD DENOM+V(A6),D0 ;CALC PENLOC.V + DENOM.V
MOVE D0,FROMRECT+BOTTOM(A6) ;SET UP FROMRECT BOTTOM
PEA TEXTR2(A6) ;PUSH TEXTR2
PEA FROMRECT(A6) ;PUSH FROMRECT
PEA TORECT(A6) ;PUSH TORECT
JSR seMapRectROM ; MAP TEXTR2 (PRESERVES ALL REGS) (MapRect) *NB Patch*
seNOSTRCH ADD D1,PNLOC+H(A3) ;BUMP PEN BY (SCALED) TEXT WIDTH
;
; Quit if the pen is hidden
;
TST PNVIS(A3) ;IS PNVIS < 0 ?
BLT seGoHome ;YES, QUIT *NB Patch*
;
; Calc minRect: the intersection of textRect, bitMap bounds,
; clipRgn and visRgn bounding boxes. Quit if no intersection.
;
PEA TEXTR2(A6) ;PUSH (MAPPED) TEXTRECT
PEA PORTBOUNDS(A3) ;PUSH BITMAP BOUNDS
MOVE.L CLIPRGN(A3),A0 ;GET CLIPRGN HANDLE
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ;DE-REFERENCE IT
PEA RGNBBOX(A0) ;PUSH CLIPRGN BBOX
MOVE.L VISRGN(A3),A0 ;GET VISRGN HANDLE
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ;DE-REFERENCE IT
PEA RGNBBOX(A0) ;PUSH VISRGN BBOX
MOVE #4,-(SP) ;PUSH NRECTS=4
PEA MINRECT(A6) ;PUSH DST ADDR
JSR seRSectROM ;CALC INTERSECTION (RSect) *NB Patch*
BEQ seGoHome ;QUIT IF NO INTERSECTION *NB Patch*
;
; Set up srcAddr, srcRow, and height
;
LEA 26(A2),A0 ;GET START OF FONT BITMAP
MOVE.L A0,SRCADDR(A6) ;SAVE FOR LATER
MOVE RASTER(A2),D1 ;GET WORDS PER ROW IN FONT
ADD D1,D1 ;DOUBLE FOR BYTES PER ROW
MOVE D1,SRCROW(A6) ;REMEMBER FOR LATER
MOVE FBBDY(A2),HEIGHT(A6) ;SETUP HEIGHT FOR LATER
;
; Test for fast case:
; not stretched, no color mapping, txMode = srcOr,
; not bold, italic, underlined, outlined or shadowed,
; visRgn and clipRgn both rectangular.
;
TST.W 6(A4) ;TEST BOLD AND ITALIC
BNE seNOTFAST ;NOT FAST UNLESS BOTH ZERO
CMP #1,TXMODE(A3) ;IS TEXT MODE SRCOR ?
BNE seNOTFAST ;NO, NOT FAST
TST.W 10(A4) ;TEST ULTHICK AND SHADOW
BNE seNOTFAST ;NOT FAST UNLESS BOTH ZERO
TST.B STRETCH(A6) ;IS TEXT STRETCHED ?
BNE seNOTFAST ;YES, NOT FAST
MOVE COLRBIT(A3),D1 ;ARE WE COLOR MAPPING ?
BMI.S seNOCOLOR ;NO, CONTINUE
MOVE.L BKCOLOR(A3),D0 ;YES GET BACKGROUND COLOR
NOT.L D0 ;INVERT IT
AND.L FGCOLOR(A3),D0 ;AND WITH FOREGROUND COLOR
BTST D1,D0 ;IS THAT PLANE NORMAL ?
BEQ seNOTFAST ;NO, NOT FAST
seNOCOLOR MOVE.L CLIPRGN(A3),A0 ;GET CLIPRGN HANDLE
MOVE.L (A0),A0 ;DE-REFERENCE IT
MOVEQ #10,D0
CMP RGNSIZE(A0),D0 ;IS CLIPRGN RECTANGULAR ?
BNE.S seNOTFAST ;NO, NOT FAST
MOVE.L VISRGN(A3),A1 ;GET VISRGN HANDLE
MOVE.L (A1),A0 ;DE-REFERENCE IT
CMP RGNSIZE(A0),D0 ;IS VISRGN RECTANGULAR ?
BEQ.S seFAST ;YES, TAKE FAST OPTIMIZATION
;
; All systems go except for VisRgn not rectangular.
; Check if visRgn sect minRect is rectangular.
; IF TrimRect(visRgn,minRect) THEN take the fast way.
;
MOVE.L A1,-(SP) ;PUSH VISRGN
PEA MINRECT(A6) ;PUSH MINRECT
JSR seTrimRectROM ;Call TrimRect *NB Patch*
BLT seGoHome ;quit if intersection empty *NB Patch*
BGT.S seNOTFAST ;continue if non-rectangular
;
; Fast case, go directly to screen.
; If text is clipped vertically, then clear heightflag and update TOPHT
;
seFAST ST FASTFLAG(A6) ;REMEMBER WE'RE GOING FAST
MOVE MINRECT+TOP(A6),D0 ;GET MINRECT.TOP
MOVE MINRECT+BOTTOM(A6),D1 ;GET MINRECT.BOTTOM
SUB TEXTRECT+TOP(A6),D0 ;was top clipped ?
BNE.S seVCLIP ;yes, handle clip
CMP TEXTRECT+BOTTOM(A6),D1 ;was bottom clipped ?
BEQ.S seVCLIPOK ;no, continue
seVCLIP CLR.B HEIGHTFLAG(A6) ;can't use height table
MOVE.B D0,TOPHT(A6) ;use adjusted top
SUB MINRECT+TOP(A6),D1 ;calc clipped height
MOVE.B D1,TOPHT+1(A6) ;replace TOPHT
seVCLIPOK MOVE TEXTRECT+TOP(A6),D0 ;GET DST TOP
SUB PORTBOUNDS+TOP(A3),D0 ;CONVERT TO GLOBAL COORDINATES
MULS PORTBITS+ROWBYTES(A3),D0 ;MULT BY ROWBYTES
ADD.L PORTBITS+BASEADDR(A3),D0 ;ADD START OF DST BITMAP
MOVE.L D0,BUFSTART(A6) ;SET UP BUFSTART FOR LATER
MOVE PORTBITS+ROWBYTES(A3),BUFROW(A6) ;SET UP BUFROW FOR LATER
MOVE PORTBOUNDS+LEFT(A3),BUFLEFT(A6) ;REMEMBER BUFLEFT
PEA MINRECT(A6) ;PUSH SHIELD RECT
MOVE.L PORTBOUNDS+TOPLEFT(A3),-(SP) ;PUSH DELTA TO CONVERT TO GLOBAL
JSR seShieldCursorROM ;Hide Cursor if it intersects *NB Patch*
BRA seGETPTRS
;
; Slow case: Setup for an off-screen buffer.
;
; Calc bufLeft: (word-align to avoid shift)
;
seNOTFAST CLR.B FASTFLAG(A6) ;NOT GOING DIRECTLY TO SCREEN
MOVE TEXTRECT+LEFT(A6),D0 ;GET TEXTRECT LEFT
SUB PORTBOUNDS+LEFT(A3),D0 ;CONVERT TO GLOBAL
AND #$FFF0,D0 ;TRUNC TO WORD BOUND
SUB #32,D0 ;32 DOT SLOP FOR SLANT & SHADOW
ADD PORTBOUNDS+LEFT(A3),D0 ;RETURN TO LOCAL COORDS
MOVE D0,BUFLEFT(A6) ;REMEMBER FOR LATER
;
; Calculate buffer size
;
MOVE TEXTRECT+RIGHT(A6),D1 ;BUFRIGHT := TEXTRECT RIGHT
SUB D0,D1 ;WIDTH:=BUFRIGHT-BUFLEFT
LSR #5,D1 ;CONVERT DOTS TO LONGS
ADD #2,D1 ;ROUND UP PLUS EXTRA LONG
MOVE HEIGHT(A6),D3 ;GET HEIGHT
MULU D1,D3 ;BUFFSIZE:=HEIGHT*BUFROW LONGS
MOVE D3,BUFFSIZE(A6) ;SAVE FOR LATER
LSL #2,D1 ;QUAD BUFROW FOR BYTES
MOVE D1,BUFROW(A6) ;SAVE FOR LATER
;
; Calculate total stack requirements for off-screen buffers.
;
MOVE.L D3,D2 ;GET BUFFSIZE LONGS
TST.B 11(A4) ;ARE WE SHADOWING ?
BEQ.S @se1 ;NO, CONTINUE
ADD.L D2,D2 ;YES, CALC 2*BUFFSIZE
EXT.L D1 ;SIGN EXTEND BUFROW
ADD.L D1,D2 ;CALC TOTAL LONGS
@se1 LSL.L #2,D2 ;CALC TOTAL STACK BYTES NEEDED
ADD.L #1024,D2 ;ADD 1 KBYTE SLOP
;
; If stack is too small to allocate buffer(s), then recursively call
; DrText with the left half and the right half of the text string.
;
_StackAvail ;Get StackAvail IN D0 {StackSpace?}
CMP.L D0,D2 ;IS stackNeeded > stackAvail ?
BLE.S seSTACKOK ;NO, CONTINUE
MOVE.L PENLOC(A6),PNLOC(A3) ;RESTORE PNLOC TO ORIGINAL
MOVE COUNT(A6),D7 ;GET CHARACTER COUNT
LSR #1,D7 ;DIVIDE IN HALF
BEQ.S seGoHome ;GIVE UP IF COUNT WAS ONLY ONE *NB Patch*
MOVE D7,-(SP) ;PUSH NEW COUNT
MOVE.L TEXTADDR(A6),-(SP) ;PUSH TEXTADDR
MOVE.L NUMER2(A6),-(SP) ;PUSH ORIGINAL NUMER
MOVE.L DENOM2(A6),-(SP) ;PUSH ORIGINAL DENOM
JSR seDrTextROM ;DRAW THE FIRST HALF *NB Patch*
MOVE COUNT(A6),D0 ;GET ORIGINAL CHARACTER COUNT
SUB D7,D0 ;SUBTRACT CHARS ALREADY DONE
MOVE D0,-(SP) ;PUSH NEW COUNT
MOVE.L TEXTADDR(A6),A0 ;GET ORIGINAL TEXTADDR
ADD D7,A0 ;BUMP PAST CHARS ALREADY DONE
MOVE.L A0,-(SP) ;PUSH NEW TEXTADDR
MOVE.L NUMER2(A6),-(SP) ;PUSH ORIGINAL NUMER
MOVE.L DENOM2(A6),-(SP) ;PUSH ORIGINAL DENOM
JSR seDrTextROM ;DRAW THE SECOND HALF *NB Patch*
; BRA seGoHomeROM ;AND QUIT ! *NB Patch*
seGoHome JMP seGoHomeROM ;Hack so that I can jump to ROM with a Bcc instr. *NB patch*
;
; Allocate and clear an off-screen buffer
;
seSTACKOK SUB #1,D3 ;INIT DBRA LOOP COUNT
CLR.L -(SP) ;PAD BUFFER WITH AN EXTRA ZERO
MOVE.L SP,BUFEND(A6) ;REMEMBER WHERE BUFFER ENDS
seCLRLOOP CLR.L -(SP)
DBRA D3,seCLRLOOP ;ALLOCATE AND CLEAR BUFFER
MOVE.L SP,BUFSTART(A6) ;REMEMBER START OF BUFFER
CLR.L -(SP) ;PAD BUFFER WITH AN EXTRA ZERO
;
; Get pointers to location table, width table, and height table in font
;
seGETPTRS LEA 26(A2),A0 ;GET START OF FONT BITMAP
MOVE FBBDY(A2),D0 ;GET HEIGHT OF FONT BITMAP
MULU SRCROW(A6),D0 ;CALC TOTAL SIZE OF STRIKE
ADD.L D0,A0 ;A1 := START OF LOC TABLE
MOVE.L A0,LOCTAB(A6) ;SAVE FOR LATER
;*NB Patch* The code for DrText must be able to handle fonts >128K. In order to do this, the font has
; the fNDescent field > 0. We use whatever value fNDescent has (if >0) as the upper 16 bits of the
; 32 bit distance to the offset/width table. We normally just use LENGTH(A2), and clear the upper
; 16 bits, but here we use fNDescent as the upper 16 bits, giving us greater range.
MOVE.W sefNDescent(A2),D0 ;Examining for >128K fonts *NB Patch*
BPL.S seMore128K ;If fNescent>0, then font > 128K. *NB Patch*
CLR.W D0 ;If not pos, then clear out fNDescent and continue. *NB Patch**
seMore128K SWAP D0 ;Put fNDescent into upper word to augment LENGTH(A2) *NB Patch*
JMP seBack2DrText
ENDIF ;<2.3-4april89-CEL>
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMAB301 ATP delayed duplicate response bug patch
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 16Nov87 PMAB301 SendRequest SendRequest
;
; If a delayed duplicate response came in to ATP it could overwrite a valid response
; before it was thrown out due to a bad TID. Patch SendRequest to install a new socket
; listener which checks the TID first. Patch installed in the ATP control hook.
;____________________________________________________________________________________
ATPPatch PROC EXPORT
ROMJATPEx2 EQU $4328DC
ROMSndRqInit EQU $4329B8
ToROMSendReq EQU $4328FC
ROMATPIgnore EQU $432DF2
ROMReadResp EQU $432E06
TCBE EQU 12 ; Number of TCB's
TSktNum EQU 4 ; Offset to socket no.
TQElPtr EQU TSktNum+TCBE ; Offset to qEl ptr
CMP #SendRequest,CSCode(A0) ; Is it SendRequest?
BNE.S AnRTS ; Just return if not
MOVE.L MaskBC,D3 ; D3 = mask value
AND.L (SP),D3 ; Mask calling address
CMP.L ROMBase,D3 ; Make sure called from ROM
BLO.S AnRTS ; Just return if not
ADDQ #4,SP ; Pop return address
MOVE.L AbusVars,A2 ; A2 -> MPP variables
MOVE.L ATPVars(A2),A2 ; A2 -> ATP variables
MOVE.L AddrBlock(A0),D3 ; D3 = address block from queue element
AND.B #FlagMask,ATPFlags(A0) ; Make sure nothing but flag bits
MOVE #TooManyReqs,D0 ; Assume too many concurrent requests
MOVEQ #TCBE-1,D2 ; D2 = offset into TCB table
@10 TST.B TSktNum(A2,D2) ; Is this entry free?
DBEQ D2,@10 ; Keep going until got one
BNE.S @20 ; Return error if none
JSR ROMSndRqInit ; Do initial setup. A3 -> data area.
BNE.S @20 ; Just return if error
CLR.B D1 ; Indicate we want a dynamic socket
LEA newATPRead,A1 ; A1 -> new socket listener
JMP ToROMSendReq ; Jump into ROM
@20 JMP ROMJATPEx2
AnRTS RTS ; Just return if not SendRequest
;
; This is the real patch. We make sure the TID matches before reading in
; the response
;
newATPRead MOVEQ #ATPHdSz,D3 ; D3 = size to read
CMP.B #ATP,-(A3) ; Make sure DDP type was ATP (46)
BNE.S @20 ; Ignore it if not, (RHA ptr now even)
JSR (A4) ; Read header into RHA
BNE.S AnRTS ; Just return if error
MOVE.L ATPVars(A2),A5 ; A5 -> our local variables
MOVE.B DDPDstSkt-DDPType-ATPHdSz(A3),D0 ; D0 = dest. socket no.
MOVE.B ATPControl-ATPHdSz(A3),D2 ; D2 = control byte
BPL.S @20 ; Ignore if not a response (2)
ADD.B D2,D2 ; Shift it left one bit
BMI.S @20 ; Ignore if not a response (3)
;
; Incoming response - find the TCB for it and read it in
;
MOVEQ #TCBE-1,D2 ; D2 = number to search, less one
LEA TSktNum+TCBE(A5),A5 ; A5 -> past sockets
@10 CMP.B -(A5),D0 ; This it? (fast loop!)
DBEQ D2,@10 ; Try all we can
BNE.S @20 ; Ignore it if no match
SUB D2,A5 ; A5 -> start of TCB table
LSL #2,D2 ; D2 = offset to queue element pointer
ADD D2,A5 ; A5 -> queue element ptr, offset
MOVE.L TQElPtr-TSktNum(A5),A5 ; A5 -> queue element
;
; *** The actual fix ***
;
MOVE ATPTransID-ATPHdSz(A3),D0 ; D0 = TID from packet
CMP ReqTID(A5),D0 ; Is it the one we want?
BNE.S @20 ; If not just ignore it
JMP ROMReadResp ; Otherwise continue
@20 JMP ROMATPIgnore ; Ignore the packet
;____________________________________________________________________________________
; PMAB372 Async serial driver patch
;
; Fix File Date Patch# Fix Routine(s) Routine(s) Fixed
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 26jan88 PMAB372 (AOutOpen,RAIntHnd) (RAIntHnd)
;AppleSystemPatch PatchSEROM.a 23Feb88 PMAB401 (Control) (Control)
;
; If hardware handshaking is enabled, and the receiver de-asserts DTR, but the sender ignores
; it and keeps sending, the receiver will go into an infinite loop in the receive interrupt
; routine. This was caused by a jump to the wrong label. The patch is installed in a patch
; vector for the async driver. Needed to include all async driver code which jumped to
; the receive interrupt handler.
;
; In Control, if the patch was called from control, then clear reg D0 before returning. This
; fixes a bug where killIO returns without setting reg D0 to good status.
;
;
;AppleSystemPatch PatchIIROM.a 17Dec90 <51> (all driver entry points,InitSCC,all int handlers)
; We need to add provide nike printer support. This entails:
; -- patch control call 16 to use bit 6 for setting external/internal clocking modes.
; -- Patch to add status call to return version.
; -- Patch InitSCC routine to use this RAM-based table so
; that clocking mode is now variable instead of hard-wired to internal only.
; -- set clock divide to 1 instead of 16 for external clocking
; -- clear HWHS enable since we can't clock and handshake on same line
; -- Patch whole ExtIntHandler so we can (set bit 3 of AsyncErr if break rcvd) at end of rtn.
; Also, we change the BAP stuff such that it is also supported in 6.x, not just 7.0
; -- Always get the driver storage pointer for port B from extended mem
; -- Call Gestalt in Open and Close to determine version of AppleTalk to see which
; port arbitration scheme we should use, ours or the LAP mgr's.
;
;AppleSystemPatch PatchIIROM.a 16Jan91 <52> (all A driver entry points)
; We patch all the port A driver headers (port B driver headers already patched)
; so that we can put a signature word before each header that we can use
; to identify ourselves as the Apple async serial driver. We do this
; right now so that that our linked patch on Open (in Serialpatches.a) will
; not stomp the version number of some third party driver that sticks them-
; selves into our spot in the unit table. I think this idea will come in
; handy later as well.
; I think i'll use the signature word 'wong'.
; Also, fix the port arbitration code in Open and Close to make call to the
; new 'atkv' Gestalt call instead of the old 'atlk' call. We do this because
; the new call return atalk version number regardless of whether MPP driver
; is open (i.e. appletalk is active).
;
; <55> Fixed bug in external clock stuff that was causing us to disable
; internal clocking on both ports if we were trying to do external
; clocking on just one. So Nike would print but Tabasco would just
; sit there. The fix was to set clocking params at each time we go
; thru InitSCC, rather than just once during the external clocking
; control call. This way even tho the ports share the InitSCCTable,
; we set the Table properly by keying off of the value in CtlOptions
; variable, which they don't share.
; <57> Status calls 9 and $8000 now return static version number instead
; of what's in the DCE.
asyncPatch PROC EXPORT
; Async serial driver equates
SerialVers equ 5 ; current version 3/91 <57>
SCCARWOFF equ 2 ; SCC A side R/W offset
SCCBRWOFF equ 0 ; SCC B side R/W offset
PortAVars EQU SerialVars ; serial chan A variables and buffer
AInDCE EQU PortAVars+4 ; Device Control Entry ptr for input
PortBVars EQU AInDCE+4 ; serial port B variables and buffer
BInDCE EQU PortBVars+4 ; Device Control Entry ptr for input
; next come variable offsets within the user's local variable buffer
OutDCE EQU 0 ;(4) long DCE pointer for output driver
SCCOffset EQU 4 ;(2) word of SCC offset . . .
InBufPtr EQU 6 ;(4) pointer to local input buffer
;BufSize EQU 10 ;(2) size of local input buffer
BufLow EQU 12 ;(2) low buf byte count to send XOn
BufHigh EQU 14 ;(2) bytes from end of buffer to send XOff
SWHS EQU 16 ;(1) software handshake enable
HWHS EQU 17 ;(1) hardware handshake enable
XONChar EQU 18 ;(1) input char which continues output (SWHS)
XOFFChar EQU 19 ;(1) input char which stops output
Options EQU 20 ;(1) bit 4 = abort on parity error
; bit 5 = abort on overrun
; bit 6 = abort on framing error
PostOptions EQU 21 ;(1) bit 7=1 enables posting break changes
; bit 5=1 enables posting handshake changes
InSWHS EQU 22 ;(1) input XOn/XOff flow control enable
InHWHS EQU 23 ;(1) input RTS (DTR) flow ctl enb <14Oct85>
AsyncErr EQU 24 ;(1) error indications (cumulative)
SoftOR EQU 0 ; bit 0 = soft overrun
; bit 4 = parity error
; bit 5 = overrun error
; bit 6 = framing error
FlowOff EQU 25 ;(1) $80 = input flow shut off by XOff, $40 by DTR
ReadCmd EQU 26 ;(1) FF = read command pending
WriteCmd EQU 27 ;(1) FF = write command pending
CTSFlag EQU 28 ;(1) FF = CTS asserted
XOFFlag EQU 29 ;(1) FF = XOFF pending
LastWR5 EQU 30 ;(1) WR5 value with last DTR state
DTRNegVal EQU 31 ;(1) WR5 value used to negate DTR
SCCReset EQU 32 ;(1) WR9 value for reset
StopBits EQU 33 ;(1) stop bits/parity option (WR4 value)
WR1AVal EQU 34 ;(1) first WR1 value to write
WR3AVal EQU 35 ;(1) first WR3 value to write
WR5AVal EQU 36 ;(1) first WR5 value to write
BaudLoCnst EQU 37 ;(2) 2 byte baud rate constant (WR12-13)
BaudHiCnst EQU 38
RcvrBits EQU 39 ;(1) 1 byte receiver bits/char (WR3 value)
XmitBits EQU 40 ;(1) 1 byte xmitter bits/char (WR5 value)
WReqPin EQU 41 ;(1) w/req pin state (WR1 value)
lastSetup EQU 42 ;(2) last SCC init values . . .
BufIndex EQU 44 ;(2) index into local buffer (insert)
BufOutdex EQU 46 ;(2) index into local buffer (remove)
LocalBuf EQU 48 ;(64) local buffer for input chars
LclBufSize EQU 64 ; default input buffer size = 64 bytes
HSCount EQU 112 ;(2) count of CTS pulses in VBL time (clk detect)
LastTime EQU 114 ;(4) ticks time of last CTS pulse (clk detect)
SendXOnff EQU 118 ;(1) flag to xmit logic to send XOn/XOff
CharMask EQU 119 ;(1) $1F,$3F,$7F, or $FF mask for input chars
PEChar EQU 120 ;(1) char to change incoming parity errors to
AltChar EQU 121 ;(1) char to change incoming PEChars to
InSWHS1 EQU 122 ;(1) saved InSWHS state
CtlOptions EQU 123 ;(1) bits 0-6=0 (reserved). bit 7=1 to leave
; DTR state unchanged at close.
SaveExInt EQU 124 ;(4) saved Ext int vector
SaveTxInt EQU 128 ;(4) saved TxD int vector
SaveRxInt EQU 132 ;(4) saved RxD int vector
SaveSxInt EQU 136 ;(4) saved Special Rx int vector
LclVarSize EQU 140 ; output driver storage size
;come from addresses
fromAInOpen EQU $431c4a
fromAOutOpen EQU $431CAE
fromBOutOpen EQU $431CDC
fromBInOpen EQU $431c52
fromControl EQU $431F9A
fromStatus EQU $431f48
fromClose EQU $431ebc
fromInitSCC EQU $431e3a
; open call patch equates
backToAOutOpen EQU $431Cca
backToAInOpen EQU $431c4a
backToBOutOpen EQU $431Cf6
backToBInOpen EQU $431c56
ROM_TAIntHnd EQU $4321f4 ; interrupt handlers we're NOT patching
backToPollDtain EQU $432314 ;
ToContOut EQU $432216 ;
ToGoodFinish EQU $4321B0 ;
ToGetBufRegs EQU $43228E ;
ToGetBufCnt EQU $43229E ;
ToCtlXOff EQU $4323BC ;
ToPut EQU $4323B6 ;
backToPut EQU $4323B2 ;
ToRdReqDone EQU $432422 ;
ToCtlSet EQU $4320cc
toContOut1 EQU $43221a
; Control Patch equates
backToBypassControl EQU $431fac
ROM_CtlGood EQU $431fe2
ROM_CtlExit EQU $431fe4
; Control Call 16 patch equates
InitSCC EQU $431e2a
;
; Status patch equates
backToStatus EQU $431f62
;InitSCC patch equates
backToInitSCC EQU $431e3a
initData EQU $431df6
; Close patch equates
SyncOutput EQU $431f0e
InitSCC1 EQU $431e30
ResetData EQU $431e80
ResetLth EQU $10
freePort EQU $431efc
; bypass driver ROM entrypoint addresses <52>
;port A
ROM_AInEntryOpen EQU $431c48
ROM_AInEntryClose EQU $431f0a
ROM_AInEntryPrime EQU $432226
ROM_AOutEntryOpen EQU $431cac
ROM_AOutEntryClose EQU $431e90
ROM_AOutEntryPrime EQU $43216c
ROM_AEntryControl EQU $431f86
ROM_AEntryStatus EQU $431f34
;port B
backToBInOpenStart EQU $431c50
backToBOutOpenStart EQU $431cda
ToBOutClose EQU $431ea4
backToBInPrime EQU $432230
backToBOutPrime EQU $432176
backToBControl EQU $431f90
backToBStatus EQU $431f3e
; for BAP only interrupt handler patches
backToTXIntHnd EQU $4321f8
; for BAP only patches-- since these are not in Interfaces or Internals,
; where they should be
LUsePortB EQU 17 ; request use of printer port ;<2.0>
LFreePortB EQU 18 ; grant use of printer port ;<2.0>
LStatPortB EQU 19 ; obtain current printer port status ;<2.0>
LAPMgrPtr EQU $B18 ; This points to start of LapMgr ;<2.0>
LAPMgrCall EQU 2 ; Offset to make LAP manager calls ;<2.0>
;
; Miscellaneous patch equates
;
BInDCEOffset EQU 28 ; offset of .BIn DCE handle from UTableBase
;**************************************
; Start of async serial driver code
;**************************************
MOVE.L D0,-(SP) ; save reg D0 <PMAB401>
MOVE.L 8(SP),D0 ; get D0 = return address <PMAB401>
AND.L Lo3Bytes,D0 ; strip any junk
CMP.L #fromAOutOpen,D0 ; test for ChkAConfig call from AOutOpen
BEQ.w OpenAFix ; called for SCC channel A
CMP.L #fromAInOpen,D0 ; test for ChkAConfig call from AInOpen
BEQ.w OpenAFix ; called for SCC channel A
CMP.L #fromBOutOpen,D0 ; test for ChkBConfig call from BOutOpen
BEQ.w OpenBFix ; called for SCC channel B
CMP.L #fromBInOpen,D0 ; test for ChkBConfig call from BInOpen
BEQ.w OpenBFix ; called for SCC channel B
MOVE.L 4(SP),D0 ; get immediate return address <PMAB401>
AND.L Lo3Bytes,D0 ; strip any junk <PMAB401>
CMP.L #fromControl,D0 ; test for call from Control <PMAB401>
BEQ.w ControlFix ; called from Control <PMAB401>
CMP.L #fromStatus,D0 ; test for call from status
BEQ.w StatusFix ; called from status
CMP.L #fromClose,D0 ; test for call from Close
BEQ.w CloseFix ; called from close
CMP.L #fromInitSCC,D0 ; test for call from initSCC
BEQ.w InitSCCFix ; called from initSCC
MOVE.L (SP)+,D0 ; restore reg D0
RTS ; back to ROM
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Close fixes
; -- do that nutty BAP stuff to free port B
;
CloseFix
ADD.L #8,SP ; pop save reg d0 and rtrn addr--we jump back
move.l a1,-(sp) ; save DCE ptr
; for BAP
; if close is for port B,we'll just stomp over what ROM put in a6
cmpa.l #PortAVars,a6 ; from port A
beq.s @common ; yes, then move on to common code
move.l ExpandMem,a6 ; no, then get storage ptr for port B
lea ExpandMemRec.emSerdVars(a6),a6
@common
MOVE.L (A6),A2 ; get locals pointer <14Oct85>
TST.B CtlOptions(A2) ; leave DTR unchanged? <14Oct85>
bmi.s @1 ; <C216/16oct86>
bclr #7,XmitBits(A2) ; no, clear the DTR bit <C216/16oct86>
bclr #7,WR5AVal(A2) ; <C216/16oct86>
@1 bclr #3,XmitBits(A2) ; always clear Tx enable <C216/16oct86>
pea @00 ; <patch> BSR SyncOutput
move.l #SyncOutput,-(sp) ; delay until last char has cleared output buffer<14Oct85>
rts
@00
LeaROM ResetData,A3
MOVEQ #ResetLth,D1
pea @01 ; <patch> BSR initSCC1
move.l #InitSCC1,-(sp) ; shut down the channel
rts
@01
; for BAP
; we replace ROM's port arbitration stuff with BAP stuff
; too bad the ROM port arbitration code comes at the END of the close call
LEA SaveExInt(A2),A3 ; reinstall former int handlers <14Oct85>
MOVE.L (A3)+,(A5) ; <14Oct85>
MOVE.L (A3)+,(A4)+ ; <14Oct85>
ADDQ.L #4,A4 ; <14Oct85>
MOVE.L (A3)+,(A4)+ ; <14Oct85>
MOVE.L (A3),(A4) ; <14Oct85>
move.l (sp)+,a1 ; restore DCE ptr
MOVE.L DCtlStorage(A1),A0 ; get storage handle
_DisposHandle ; get rid of it
CLR.L DCtlStorage(A1) ; without a trace
CLR.L (A6) ; get rid of ptr address <14Oct85>
tst.w d3 ; what port are we?
beq.s @freeB ; port b; do that BAP thing to free port
move.l #freePort,-(sp) ; port a; finish up in ROM 2aed6
rts
@freeB
move.l ExpandMem,a0 ; <60>
tst.w ExpandMemRec.emAppleTalkInactiveOnBoot(a0) ; <60> If AppleTalk is inactive, donÕt set up the LAP manager
bnz.s @freeThePort ; <60> AppleTalk is not active.
move.l #'atkv',d0 ; what version of Appletalk? <52>
_Gestalt
tst.w d0 ; <60> Check error returned by Gestalt
bne.s @freeThePort ; <60> If an error occurred, AppleTalk is not active.
move.l a0,d0 ; get high byte (version) into low byte
rol.l #8,d0
cmp.b #53,d0 ; is Atalk version 53 or greater?
bge.s @useLAP ; yes, then call LAP manager, it exists
@freeThePort
move.l #freePort,-(sp) ; no, then finish up in ROM
rts
@useLAP move.w #LFreePortB,d0 ; call LAP Manager to free port B
move.b #useAsync,d1
move.l LAPMgrPtr,a0
jsr LAPMgrCall(a0)
move.w #0,d0 ; no error on close
rts
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: InitSCC
; Patch: --We patch this routine to use the InitData table here in RAM
; instead of the one in ROM. We do this so that the values in
; WR11 and WR14 aren't hardcoded, so that we can support external
; clocking.
; --We also fix the value of StopBits (WR4) here to have the clock
; divide bits correspond to the the external/internal clock state
; indicated in CtlOptions. We do this here so that CtlConfig calls
; won't stomp StopBits in the ToSCCInit routine.
; --We also disable HWHS so we don't try to use CTS line for both
; clocking and handshaking.
clkBit equ 6 ; bit 6 in CtlOptions controls ext/int SCC clk
clkDvdBit equ 6 ; divide clock bit in WR4
clkMask equ %01000000 ; mask for getting at clkBit <55>
extClkSrc equ %00101000 ; SCC clk src is TRxC (CTS) pin (WR11) <55>
intClkSrc equ %01010000 ; SCC clk src is baud rate generator (WR11) <55>
BRGEnbl equ %00000001 ; enable baud rate generator (WR14) <55>
BRGDsbl equ %00000000 ; disable baud rate generator (WR14) <55>
SCCDataTable
DC.B $02,9 ; status in low bits, MIE disabled
clkDvd DC.B 4,$FF ; x16 clk, stop bits, parity options
DC.B 1,$FF ; WR1 reg, first write
DC.B 3,$FF ; bits/char option rcvr
DC.B 5,$FF ; bits/char option xmitter
DC.B $00,2 ; zero interrupt vector
DC.B $00,10 ; NRZ encoding
ClkMode DC.B $50,11 ; brgen/TRxC clk to rcvr, xmitter--default to internal
DC.B 12,$FF ; set baud rate low byte
DC.B 13,$FF ; set baud rate high byte
DC.B 3,$FF ; enable rcvr
DC.B 5,$FF ; enable xmitter
BRGEnable DC.B $01,14 ; enb/disable baud rate generator from RTxC pin --default to on
dc.b $A0,15 ; Break, CTS external ints (dcd not needed) <2.3>
DC.B $10,0 ; reset ext/status twice
DC.B $10,0
DC.B 1,$FF ; w/req pin configuration
DC.B $0A,9 ; enable interrupts, status in low bits
SCCDataTableLth EQU *-SCCDataTable ;
InitSCCFix
ADD.L #8,SP ; pop save reg d0 saved rtrn addr--we jump back
move.l a3,d0
cmpRA InitData,d0 ; are we initializing SCC?
bne @done
lea SCCDataTable,a3 ; use our RAM table instead of the ROM one
moveq #SCCDataTableLth,d1
movem.l d1/a0,-(sp) ; save out reg's <55>
; default to internally clocked state <55>
bset.b #clkDvdBit,StopBits(a2) ; default to a divide-by-16 clock <55>
moveq #intClkSrc,d0 ; internal clocking source <55>
moveq #BRGEnbl,d1 ; enable baud rate generator <55>
btst.b #clkBit,CtlOptions(a2) ; are we externally clocked?
beq.s @load ; not externally clocked, so load
; set to externally clocked state
bclr.b #clkDvdBit,StopBits(a2) ; set to a divide-by-one clock <55>
moveq #extClkSrc,d0 ; external clock source <55>
moveq #BRGDsbl,d1 ; disable baud rate generator <55>
clr.b HWHS(a2) ; make sure we're not trying to do HWHS <55>
@load lea ClkMode,a0 ; load params into InitSCC data table <55>
move.b d0,(a0) ; <55>
lea BRGEnable,a0 ; <55>
move.b d1,(a0) ; <55>
movem.l (sp)+,d1/a0 ; restore reg's <55>
@done move.l #backToInitSCC,-(sp) ; finish up in ROM
rts
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: Status
; Patch: We patch status to add a call to return the driver's version.
StatusFix
ADD.L #8,sp ; pop save reg d0 and return addr--we jump back to ROM
MOVE.W IOTrap(A0),-(SP) ; save trap to distinguish immed calls<14Oct85>
MOVE.L A1,-(SP) ; save passed DCE for in/out <14Oct85>
MOVE.W SR,-(SP) ; disable interrupts for ctl call <14Oct85>
ORI #HiIntMask,SR ; <A357/06nov86>
LEA CSCode(A0),A0 ; get pointer to return parameters
MOVEQ #StatusErr,D0 ; assume status error
MOVE.L A2,D1 ; have our variables been set up? <14Oct85>
Bgt @stat1 ; exit if not (only input side open)<14Oct85>
move.l #ROM_CtlExit,-(sp) ; just like ROM
rts
@stat1 MOVE.W (A0)+,D1 ; get opcode
cmpi.w #9,d1 ; do we care?
beq.s @version ; yes
cmpi.w #$8000,d1 ; largest negative number csCode for Version
beq.s @version ; yes
move.l #BackToStatus,-(sp) ; no
rts
@version move.b #SerialVers,(a0) ; return the version <57>
move.l #ROM_CtlGood,-(sp)
rts
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: Control
; Patch: We patch control for the following reasons:
; 1) to add VM support for control call 9--lock/unlock the buffer
; 2) to add external clock support in control call 16
; Called from Control - clear reg D0 in case this call is for KillIO
ControlFix
ADD.L #8,SP ; from control - flush saved reg D0 and saved return addr
CLR.L D0 ; clear reg D0 for killIO <PMAB401>
MOVE.W IOTrap(A0),-(SP) ; save trap to distinguish immed calls<14Oct85>
MOVE.L A1,-(SP) ; save passed DCE for in/out <14Oct85>
MOVE.W SR,-(SP) ; disable interrupts for ctl call <14Oct85>
ORI #HiIntMask,SR ; <A357/06nov86>
LEA CSCode(A0),A0 ; get parameters
MOVE.W (A0)+,D1 ; get opcode
cmpi #16,d1 ; opcode 16? (ctlOptions) <extClk>
beq CtlSwitchCTSClock ; <extClk>
move.l #backToBypassControl,-(sp); if not, let ROM handle it
rts
; Routine: SetCtlOptions -- Opcode 16
; Patch: We patch this routine so that bit 6 of CtlOptions variable now
; controls a switch to internal/external clocking on the CTS (HSIn) line.
; We must call InitSCC to get the clocking option to kick in.
; Inputs: byte number in IOPB value
; (26) [$0010]
; (28) bit 7 = 0 for drop DTR at close
; bit 7 = 1 for leave DTR unchanged at close
; bit 6 = 0 for internal clocking
; bit 6 = 1 for external clocking
; bits 0-5 reserved for future use
; Notes: We will not put control for the GPI internal/external
; clocking switch here, as that requires the control of
; HW external to the SCC (namely, the VIA vSync pin). Control
; of the GPIa line is in _HWPriv.
;
CtlSwitchCTSClock
move.b (a0),CtlOptions(a2) ; store new value <55>
pea @00 ; <55>
move.l #InitSCC,-(sp) ; jsr to ROM_InitSCC to set new values <55>
rts ; <55>
@00 ; <55>
move.l #ROM_CtlGood,-(sp) ; finish up in ROM <55>
rts
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Open Fixes
;
;
; Channel A - replace receive routine vectors installed by async open
OpenAFix
ADD.L #4,SP ; pop save reg D0 - not needed <PMAB401>
MOVE.L (SP)+,A0 ; pop A0 = addr to continue ChkConfig
move.l (sp)+,a2 ; save async open ret addr
JSR (A0) ; finish ChkConfig (A1,D1,D2 params)
move.l a2,d1 ; get Open return addr
AND.L Lo3Bytes,D1 ; strip any junk
cmp.l #fromAOutOpen,D1 ; test for ChkAConfig call from AOutOpen
beq.s @out
@in lea AsyncAIn,a2 ; store new driver header for AIn into DCE
move.l a2,(a1)
move.l #backToAInOpen,-(sp) ; jump back into ROM in AInOpen
rts
@out lea AsyncAOut,a2 ; store new driver header for AOut into DCE
move.l a2,(a1)
LEA PortAVars,A2 ; local variables address
PEA NewPollDtain ; new disk poll routine
PEA NewSCAIntHnd ; new special RxD int handler
PEA NewRAIntHnd ; new RxD int handler
move.l #ROM_TAIntHnd,-(sp) ; ROM--TxD int handler
PEA Lvl2DT+16 ; SCC interrupt dispatch table, chan A
PEA NewExtAIntHnd ; External int handler
MOVE.L #backToAOutOpen,-(SP) ; JUMP BACK INTO ROM
RTS
; Channel B - almost the same patch as channel A
; Except of course for the BAP stuff
OpenBFix
move.l ExpandMem,a0 ; <60>
tst.w ExpandMemRec.emAppleTalkInactiveOnBoot(a0) ; <60> If AppleTalk is inactive, donÕt set up the LAP manager
bnz.s @appleTalkInactive ; <60> AppleTalk is not active.
move.l #'atkv',d0 ; what version of Appletalk? <52>
_Gestalt
tst.w d0 ; <60> Did Gestalt return an error?
bne.s @appleTalkInactive ; <60> Yes, AppleTalk is inactive
move.l a0,d0 ; get high byte (version) into low byte
rol.l #8,d0
cmp.b #53,d0 ; is Atalk version 53 or greater?
bge.s @useLAP ; yes, than call LAP manager, it exists
@appleTalkInactive
; no, use old chkConfig
add.l #4,sp ; pop saved d0 -- not needed
movea.l (sp)+,a0 ; pop A0 = addr to continue non-BAP ChkConfig
move.l (sp)+,a2 ; save Open return addr
jsr (a0)
bra.s @gotPort
@useLAP add.l #8,sp ; pop d0,ROM ChkConfig addr
move.l (sp)+,a2 ; save Open return addr
movem.l a1-a2,-(sp) ; save out reg's we might use
move.w #LStatPortB,d0 ; request status of the printer port
move.l LAPMgrPtr,a0
jsr LAPMgrCall(a0)
cmp.b #useAsync,d1 ; do we already own the port?
beq.s @rstrReg ; yes
move.w #LUsePortB,d0 ; no, request use of the printer port-
move.b #useAsync,d1 ; for the serial driver-
move.l LAPMgrPtr,a0 ; by calling the LAP Manager
jsr LAPMgrCall(a0)
cmp.w #noErr,d0 ; did we get the printer port?
beq.s @rstrReg ; yes
movem.l (sp)+,a1-a2 ; no,restore reg's
rts ; return to IO Core: we already popped ret addrs and regs
@rstrReg
movem.l (sp)+,a1-a2 ; restore reg's
@gotPort
move.l a2,d1 ; get Open return addr
AND.L Lo3Bytes,D1 ; strip any junk <PMAB401>
cmp.l #fromBOutOpen,D1 ; test for ChkBConfig call from BOutOpen
beq.s @out
; from .Bin
lea AsyncBIn,a2 ; store new driver header for BIn into DCE
move.l a2,(a1)
move.l #backToBInOpen,-(sp) ; jump back into ROM in BInOpen
rts
@out; from .Bout
lea AsyncBOut,a2
move.l a2,(a1) ; store new driver header for BOut into DCE
move.l ExpandMem,a2 ; get storage ptr
lea ExpandMemRec.emSerdVars(a2),a2
CLR.L -(SP) ; no disk poll routine
PEA NewSCBIntHnd ; new special RxD int handler
PEA NewRBIntHnd ; new RxD int handler
pea NewTBIntHnd ; TxD int handler
pea Lvl2DT ; SCC interrupt dispatch table, chan A
pea NewExtBIntHnd ; External int handler
MOVE.L #backToBOutOpen,-(SP) ; JUMP BACK INTO ROM
RTS
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; Interrupt Handlers
;
;-----------------------------------------------------------------------
;_______________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: PollDtaIn
; Arguments: A5.L (input) -- AVBufA pointer
; A6.L (input) -- SCC channel A Data pointer
; PollStack -- start of stack data
; This routine should be jsr'ed to, with polled input data
; on the stack (high-order bytes between current SP+4 and
; PollStack address).
; Function: Processes input data from disk driver polling.
AsyncPRAddr EQU PollRtnAddr ; don't use DskRtnAddr because Sony driver uses it
NewPollDtaIn
MOVE.L PollStack,A4 ; start of data
MOVE.L (SP)+, AsyncPRAddr ; save return address <01Feb85>
StorData TST.B (A5) ; SCC data available?
BMI.S @1
MOVE.B (A6),-(SP) ; push it on the stack
BRA.S StorData ; get it emptied out . . .
@1 CMP.L SP,A4 ; processed all data?
BEQ.S @2 ; exit if so
SUBQ #2,A4 ; skip over garbage byte
MOVE.B (A4),D0 ; get next byte
LEA PortAVars,A3 ; get appropriate variables (channel A)
LEA SCCRBase+ACtl,A0 ; and SCC pointers for RxBF routine
LEA SCCWBase+ACtl,A1
BSR.S PollStash ; store it, using our RxBF routines
BRA.S StorData
@2 MOVE.L #backToPollDtain,-(SP) ; <patch> JUMP BACK TO ROM
RTS ; <patch>
;________________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: RXIntHnd
;
; Arguments: A0 (input) -- chan A/B control read address
; A1 (input) -- chan A/B control write address
;
; Function: This routine handles SCC receiver interrupts for
; both channels; the data is read and stashed, IODone called
; if necessary.
;________________________________________________________________________
NewRBIntHnd
move.l ExpandMem,a2 ; use ExpandMem instead of PortBVars
move.l ExpandMemRec.emSerdVars(a2),a2
movea.l UTableBase,a3 ; get .Bin DCE ptr in a3
movea.l BInDCEOffset(a3),a3
movea.l (a3),a3
MOVE.B SCCData(A0),D0 ; get the data byte
bra.s PS1 ; and branch around 'redundant' 6.X code
NewRAIntHnd LEA PortAVars,A3 ; get appropriate variables (chan A)
RXIntHnd MOVE.B SCCData(A0),D0 ; get the data byte
PollStash MOVE.L (A3)+,A2 ; get pointer to local variables
MOVE.L (A3),A3 ; and DCE pointer
PS1 AND.B CharMask(A2),D0 ; zero unused high bits <14Oct85>
MOVE.B PEChar(A2),D1 ; Are we translating PE Characters?
BEQ.S @1 ; No, just save the char.
CMP.B D1,D0 ; Is the new char a PEChar?
BNE.S @1 ; No, just do normal stuff
MOVE.B AltChar(A2),D0 ; Make sure that a good char <14Oct85>
; doesn't look like PEChar.
@1 TST.B SWHS(A2) ; software handshake enabled?
BEQ.S StashIt ; branch if not
CMP.B XONChar(A2),D0 ; was this an XON? <14Oct85>
BNE.S @2 ; <patch>
MOVE.L #ToContOut,-(SP) ; <patch> BEQ.S ContOut
RTS ; <patch>
@2 CMP.B XOFFChar(A2),D0 ; how about an XOFF? <14Oct85>
BNE.S StashIt ; if not, then stash the character
ST XOFFlag(A2) ; if so, then note it
BRA InputRTS ; and exit
; stash byte in the user's buffer if a request is pending, otherwise use our own
StashIt TST.B ReadCmd(A2) ; read request pending?
BEQ.S PutInOurBuf ; if there isn't one, stash it in ours
PutInUserBuf
MOVE.L A3,A1 ; get DCE pointer
PEA @1 ; <patch> BSR.S toStash
MOVE.L JStash,-(SP) ; <patch>
RTS ; <patch>
@1 BPL.S InputRTS ; if request isn't finished, just RTS
CLR.B ReadCmd(A2) ; no longer a read request pending
MOVE.L #ToGoodFinish,-(SP) ; <patch> BRA.S GoodFinish
RTS ; <patch>
PutInOurBuf
PEA @00 ; <patch> BSR GetBufRegs
MOVE.L #ToGetBufRegs,-(SP) ; <patch>
RTS ; <patch>
@00 ; <patch>
MOVE.B D0,0(A3,D1.W) ; stash the byte
ADDQ.W #1,D1 ; update BufIndex
CMP.W D3,D1
BNE.S @1 ; br if not at the end
MOVEQ #0,D1 ; otherwise, reset to 0
@1 CMP.W D2,D1 ; hit the output index?
BNE.S @2 ; br if not
BSET #SoftOR,AsyncErr(A2); note the soft overrun
BRA.S InputRTS ; and exit without updating index
@2 MOVE.W D1,BufIndex(A2) ; update index
TST.W InSWHS(A2) ; XON/XOFF or DTR input flow control?<14Oct85>
BEQ.S InputRTS ; br if not
PEA @11 ; <patch> BSR.S GetBufCnt
MOVE.L #ToGetBufCnt,-(SP) ; <patch>
RTS ; <patch>
@11 ; <patch>
SUB.W D0,D3 ; bytes to top
CMP.W BufHigh(A2),D3 ; past the max limit?
BCC.S InputRTS ; exit if not
TST.B InHWHS(A2) ; input DTR flow control? <14Oct85>
BNE.S @4 ; <patch>
MOVE.L #ToCtlXOff,-(SP) ; <patch> BEQ.S CtlXOff
RTS ; <patch>
@4 BSET #6,FlowOff(A2) ; have we negated DTR? <14Oct85>
BEQ.S @3 ; <patch>
MOVE.L #ToPut,-(SP) ; <patch> HERE'S THE ONE LINE THAT CHANGED - BNE.S @3
RTS ; <patch>
@3 MOVE.L #backToPut,-(SP) ; <patch> JUMP BACK TO ROM
InputRTS RTS ; <patch>
;________________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: SCIntHnd
;
; Arguments: A0 (input) -- channel A/B control read address
; A1 (input) -- channel A/B control write address
;
; Function: This routine handles SCC special condition interrupts:
; these occur when an input character is received that has
; a parity error, framing error, or causes an overrun.
; If the option is set to abort on the error, the character
; is discarded and the input request (if any) aborted; otherwise,
; the error is noted and the character buffered as usual.
; Patch: forBAP, get driver storage ptr from expanded mem
; get DCE ptr from UTable
NewSCBIntHnd
move.l ExpandMem,a3 ; use ExpandMem instead of PortBVars
move.l ExpandMemRec.emSerdVars(a3),a2
movea.l UTableBase,a3 ; get .Bin DCE ptr in a3
movea.l BInDCEOffset(a3),a3
movea.l (a3),a3
bra.s SC1 ; and branch around port a code code
NewSCAIntHnd
LEA PortAVars,A3 ; get appropriate variables (chan A)
SCIntHnd
MOVE.L (A3)+,A2 ; get local variables pointer
MOVE.L (A3),A3 ; and DCE pointer (delay, too)
SC1 MOVE.B #1,(A1) ; point to error reg
MOVE.B (A0),D1 ; read the error condition
MOVEQ #$70,D3 ; form $70 mask
AND.B D3,D1 ; isolate error bits
OR.B D1,AsyncErr(A2) ; accumulate errors (delay, too)
MOVE.B SCCData(A0),D0 ; get the data byte
AND.B CharMask(A2),D0 ; zero unused high-order bits <14Oct85>
MOVE.B Options(A2),D2 ; get abort options
AND.B D1,D2 ; should we abort?
MOVE.B #$30,(A1) ; reset the error flag
AND.B D3,D2
BNE.S @2 ; br if we should abort . . .
MOVE.B PEChar(A2),D3 ; alternate char for parity errors?
BEQ.S @1 ; br if not
CMP.B D0,D3 ; Is the incoming char equal to the PEChar?
BNE.S @0 ; No, no substitution needed.
MOVE.B AltChar(A2),D0 ; Make sure that a good char <14Oct85>
; doesn't look like PEChar.
@0 BTST #4,D1 ; parity error?
BEQ.S @1 ; br if not
MOVE.B D3,D0 ; replace it
@1 BRA StashIt ; go stash it . . .
@2 TST.B ReadCmd(A2) ; if we have no pending read command
BEQ.S InputRTS ; then just discard the character
MOVEQ #RcvrErr,D0 ; otherwise, note the error
MOVE.L #ToRdReqDone,-(SP) ; <patch> JUMP BACK TO ROM
RTS ; <patch>
;________________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: TBIntHnd
; for BAP
; Get the variables ptr from expand mem for the interrupt handlers
;
NewTBIntHnd
move.l ExpandMem,a2 ; use ExpandMem instead of PortBVars
move.l ExpandMemRec.emSerdVars(a2),a2
JmpRom backToTXIntHnd ; back to ROM
;________________________________________________________________________
;
; Routine: ExtIntHnd
; for BAP
; Get the variables ptr from expand mem for the interrupt handlers
; Get input DCE ptr from the Unit Table
;
; -- patch to set bit 3 in AsyncErr (had to patch in ALL code before).
; -- also fix the RdReqDone problem
NewExtBIntHnd
move.l ExpandMem,a3 ; use ExpandMem instead of PortBVars