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5Description: efi68k
6============
7CPU: MC68332 @16MHz
8RAM: 256k max. (supports several configurations)
9ROM: 512k (supports several configurations)
10
11   This general purpose controller has been designed by a group of
12Internet subscribes to the mailing list "efi332" (an offshoot of the
13"diy_efi" mailing list). Although efi332 was initially designed for
14automotive research, it is a fairly generalized embedded controller
15when used without the companion EFI I/O board. It is patterned much after
16the the Motorola BCC but cost on the order of $250US. A 4x3 inch
17(approx.) printed circuit board is available (about $14US). For complete
18information see
19
20        http://efi332.eng.ohio-state.edu
21TODO:
22=====
23- integrate the interrupt driven stdin/stdout into RTEMS to (a) reduce
24  the interrupt priority and (2) to prevent it from blocking. (high
25  priority)
26- add a timer driver for the tmtest set.
27- generate include/coverhd.c to perform the tmtest.
28- add separate interrupt stack (low priority... may never happen :).
29
30                                       John S Gwynne
31                                          Gwynne.1@osu.edu
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