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1999\03\18@105732 by Prashanth Ram

Hi there.
       Hello.. Can you disable interrupts when another interruput is
being serviced? Meaning, on my system, port B interrupt needs to be
disabled when the receive interrupt is being serviced. Port B
interrupt should, however always be set up.
Thanks ..

1999\03\18@110558 by Holger Morgen

Hi -

As far as I remember the GIE (Global Interupt Enable) is cleared when you
get an interupt. RETI then
sets it back.
So to answer your Q: it's done automatecly.


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1999\03\18@120244 by Andy Kunz

>get an interupt. RETI then

retfie is the correct opcode.

The various interrupts can be disabled selectively in PIEx


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1999\03\18@140258 by Sean Breheny

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At 11:29 AM 3/18/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>get an interupt. RETI then
>retfie is the correct opcode.

Yes,in Mchip mnemonics,but isn't RETI the parallax mnemonic? It definately
is what is used by the SX-Key software for the Scenix chips.


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1999\03\18@145051 by Tom Handley
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  Sean, "RETI" is Parallax syntax which is also used in their SX software.
For anyone familiar with Parallax/CVASM/805x syntax, the transition to SX is

  - Tom

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