Re: COMMAND_SET ?

2000-11-26 Thread Donald J . Maddox
It's defined in sys/boot/common/bootstrap.h. I think all you want to know is in that file. On Tue, Oct 12, 1999 at 09:46:12PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out

Re: COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-13 Thread Doug Rabson
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? COMMAND_SET is a macro which is used to build the list of commands supported

Re: COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-13 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? It's a macro. :-) I thought it was defined in that same directory, even. It makes a list that is used

COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-12 Thread Chuck Robey
I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? Chuck Robey| Interests include C

Re: COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-12 Thread Donald J . Maddox
It's defined in sys/boot/common/bootstrap.h. I think all you want to know is in that file. On Tue, Oct 12, 1999 at 09:46:12PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out