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/* Interrupt Vectors
Copyright (C) 2000, 2002, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Written by Stephane Carrez (
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Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
#include <sys/param.h>
#ifdef mc6811
//# include <asm-m68hc11/interrupts.h>
#ifdef mc68hcs12
# include <asm-m68hcs12/interrupts.h>
#elif defined(mc6812)
//# include <asm-m68hc12/interrupts.h>
/*! Install an interrupt handler.
Install the interrupt handler for an exception. The handler
is installed for \b bootstrap mode and also for \b normal operating
@param id the interrupt number to be installed
@param handler the interrupt handler entry point
extern void
set_interrupt_handler (interrupt_vector_id id, interrupt_t handler);
/*! Default and fatal interrupt handler.
This function is an interrupt handler intended to be used to
handle all interrupt not used by a program. Since it is an
error to have an interrupt when it is not handled, the default
behavior is to print a message and stop. */
extern void __attribute__((interrupt, noreturn))
fatal_interrupt (void);
#include <arch/interrupts.h>
/*! Entry point of any program.
This function should never be called by itself. It represents the
entry point of any program. It is intended to be used in an
interrupt table to specify the function to jump to after reset. */
extern void _start (void);