Input parameters Output parameters OSWRCH R1: A OSRDCH R2: &00 Cy A OSCLI R2: &02 string &0D &7F or &80 OSBYTELO R2: &04 X A X OSBYTEHI R2: &06 X Y A Cy Y X OSWORD R2: &08 A in_length block out_length block OSWORD0 R2: &0A block &FF or &7F string &0D OSARGS R2: &0C Y block A A block OSBGET R2: &0E Y Cy A OSBPUT R2: &10 Y A &7F OSFIND R2: &12 &00 Y &7F OSFIND R2: &12 A string &0D A OSFILE R2: &14 block string &0D A A block OSGBPB R2: &16 block A block Cy A RESET R1: string &00 R2: &7F or &80
The OSFILE block transfered is the 16 bytes that do not include the filename pointer.
While waiting for output parameters to be returned any number of Host-to-Client transfers may take place. The escape state could be changed or data can be transfered. If the Host sends an error or jumps to execute code, no output block will be returned.
On return from OSCLI and RESET if &80 is returned, then code has been run, and it should be entered at the address of the last Type 4 Host-To-Client transfer.
Escape R1: flag, b7=1
Event R1: &00 Y X A
Error R4: &FF R2: &00 err string &00
Transfer R4: action ID block sync R3: data
First byte in R1 or R4 generates INT in client. Transfers via R3 generate NMI in client. Control blocks are transfered high byte down to low byte. Strings and data are transfered low byte up to high byte.
0 - Transfer multiple single bytes client to host
1 - Transfer multiple single bytes host to client
2 - Transfer multiple pairs of bytes client to host
3 - Transfer multiple pairs of bytes host to client
4 - Execute code on client
5 - Tube has been released, no block or sync are sent
6 - Transfer exactly 256 bytes client to host
7 - Transfer exactly 256 bytes host to client
Tube Claimant IDs
When the Tube host code is claimed to process a transaction a claimant ID must be passed in the bottom six bits of A.
Claimant Claim Identity -------------------------------------------- Tape 0 &00 DFS 1 &01 NFS primitives 2 &02 NFS 3 &03 ADFS 4 &04 TELESOFT 5 &05 HOSTFS 6 &06 VFS 7 &07 SRAM Utils 8 &08 Z80 and CP/M 9 &09 IEEEFS, Acacia RAMFS, user calls 15 &0F HADFS 22 &16 Language startup 63 &3F
Jgharston 17:39, 11 October 2006 (BST)