A pair of chained PIC controllers. This is the standard setup on x86.
pub const unsafe fn new(offset1: u8, offset2: u8) -> ChainedPics[src]
Create a new interface for the standard PIC1 and PIC2 controllers, specifying the desired interrupt offsets.
pub unsafe fn initialize(&mut self)[src]
Initialize both our PICs. We initialize them together, at the same time, because it's traditional to do so, and because I/O operations might not be instantaneous on older processors.
pub fn handles_interrupt(&self, interrupt_id: u8) -> bool[src]
Do we handle this interrupt?
pub unsafe fn notify_end_of_interrupt(&mut self, interrupt_id: u8)[src]
Figure out which (if any) PICs in our chain need to know about this
interrupt. This is tricky, because all interrupts from
get chained through
type Error = Infallible
The type returned in the event of a conversion error.