Nuno Filipe Pedrosa
I'm writing some code to process commands sent from a PC through the
ISA bus to the PIC.
One of the commands is the "Initialize All", which intends to be as
close as possible to a hard reset on the all card. The PIC has full
control over the several "peripherals", so I was thinking:
Instead of jumping to the "Initialization" routine, why don't I just
block the PIC, and let the WatchDog do the dirty work?
Is there any reason why I shouldn't do that?
PS: Any Scouts on the PIC List? 8)
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