[PATCH] Cygwin: Provide more COM devices
Tue Oct 22 17:37:00 GMT 2019
Corinna Vinschen writes:
>> So how about we only do this on 64bit as an added bonus for folks who
>> "get it"?
> I'm not hot on doing that, and I'm not sure shilka likes ifdef's
> inside the %% block.
OK, then let's forget about that.
>> One particular machine I've recently worked on presented me
>> with COM144 to connect to, but I consider this to be an anomaly. But
>> COM port numbers in the 70…80 range are pretty common on some of the
>> more heavily used development machines.
> I just checked and changing ttyS%(0-63) to ttyS%(0-127) raises
> the size of .text and .rdata by 6.5K and the size of the final DLL
> by 7.6K. That should be ok. Just provide the patch so there's your
> name on it.
You mean just the patch to change device.in? Can do. If I also need to
re-generate the other files then I'm afraid I won't be able to do it in
the next two weeks, maybe a bit longer.
> ttyS%(0-255) takes another 23K btw. Even that should be ok, if
> the need arises. Alternatively we could shortcut shilka as for
> /dev/sd*, but that involved much bigger numbers.
As I said, I don't think that this is common enough, so let's wait until
somebody complains. Getting rid of the static entries sounds like a
good idea, but that's for later.
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