[Expired for QEMU because there has been no activity for 60 days.]
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Status: Incomplete => Expired
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serial port data THRE comes too early
Status in QEMU:
When using a serial port with a Linux guest (and host) and the
application uses hardware handshake, this fails because the handling
of TEMT and/or THRE is not operating properly in such cases.
As long as it takes _time_ for the 'real' port to output the data TEMT
may not return true. After writing characters to a real port, the
driver should timeout the transmission and after the total time
expired, TEMT can be set.
Some applications i.e. with a simplex modem do: RTS_on, WRITE_data, repeat
IOCTL(GET_LSR_INFO), RTS_off, READ_data.
At the moment this fails because very early in the transmission, GET_LSR_INFO
returns true and the modem transmitter is switched off.
I looked in the source (git) and found that 'char_transmit_time' is present.
My skills fail to implement it myself.
I build and ran the latest git version and found it to fail as decribed
above. I hope someone can solve it.
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