[En-Nut-Discussion] Forth & Virtual I/O

Lorenzo Verniani lorenzoverniani at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 11:28:34 CEST 2007

Not yet. But everyone can add virtualized peripherals.
Although this operation in not so easy, indeed the continuation of this
project will be the extension of the number of virtual peripheral (at this
moment are easily manageable only the expansion ports).
However typically you must:
-include in everyone of the five APIs the code to manage new peripheral new
function to the API (api.c);
-create memory space to save data transfer (buffer.c);
-create the driver to manage it (driver.c).

If you are not interested to virtualize ethernet interface, you could simply
create new primitives (see how-to on the blog).

Lorenzo and Stefano.

Henrik Maier wrote:
> Sounds interesting. Does this interpreter include functions to access the
> Ethernet network?
> Henrik
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