Sat Oct 25 12:02:00 GMT 1997
On 20 Oct 97 at 13:58, Kevin Sheehan <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have just installed the gnu-win32 system as I need to write
> some software to communicate with an ADC card in my PC. The problem is
> that the example code uses inp and outp and these do not seem to compile
> in GCC. Could someone please point me in the direction of some
> documentation for this.(I have looked on the web page but cannot see
> anything specific to the IBM or the AT bus I/O space).
Win32 is supposed to be a real operating system, so it won't let you access
the hardware directly in an application program. As far as i know, if you
really need to do this, you have to write a device driver.
That means inp and outp are not available in gnu-win32.
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