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DSP SSI question
Posted by: Thadoss/Dune Jun,10.2024-23:34 

Hi Falcon lovers

I've got a question about SSI interrupts and stack underflow.

I'm trying to improve the DSP emulation of Hatari.
I'm playing with a programm called "VoxxFree" a 16 bands vocoder.

This program is built like this :

SSI interrupts (Send / receive sound)

p:000c jmp p:$02bb
p:000e jmp p:$02bb
p:0010 jmp p:$02c4
p:0012 jmp p:$02c4

p:02bb jclr #3,x:$ffee,p:$02c0
p:02bd movep x:$ffef,x:$0001
p:02bf rti
p:02c0 movep x:$ffef,x:$0002
p:02c2 bset #1,x:$0000
p:02c3 rti

p:02c4 jclr #2,x:$ffee,p:$02c9
p:02c6 movep x:$0003,x:$ffef
p:02c8 rti
p:02c9 movep x:$0004,x:$ffef
p:02cb rti

From what I understand of the Motorola DSP doc, the jmp in the 2 instructions interrupt vector generates a fast interrupt, not a long interrupt.
But it also generates a break into the program flow.
Actually, the RTI generates a "stack underflow" message and the program doesn't work.

Is there something I misunderstand ?
Is the interrupts with a jmp and a RTI normal ?

Any idea why the coder did it this way ?


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