2008-08-10 00:21:49 UTC
"To move data to and from a cache block, the memcpy() function should be
So accessDRAM() is only for obtaining pointers to RAM. We then use those
pointers with memcpy() and that actually transfers the data. So my question
is, when would we ever use the WRITE flag for accessDRAM?
When writing data, we would use READ, to get the DEST pointer for use with
When reading data, we would use READ, to get the SRC pointer for use with
So am I missing something, or do we *never* use the WRITE mode with