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Subject: Devices Which Send Unsolicited Messages
From: "Steven Banks" <Steven.Banks@synchrotron.vic.gov.au>
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Fri, 04 Aug 2006 19:57:37 +1000
This is a follow up question to a comment that Dirk Zimoch made in another
thread.

We use Asyn for almost all of our device drivers, however up till now none
of the devices we have used send unsolicited messages.   We live in fear
of the day when we encounter such a device because we don't know how to
handle these messages in Asyn.  In fact, Dirk commented that this is not
even supported in Asyn.  If this is true, what is the canonical method in
EPICS of writing a device driver which copes with such a device?

Regards,

Steve Banks
Australian Synchrotron Project



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RE: Devices Which Send Unsolicited Messages Mark Rivers

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