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Inside Macintosh:

Inside Macintosh: Devices

Inside Macintosh: Devices describes how to write software that interacts with built-in and peripheral hardware devices. With this book, you'll learn how to

You need this book if you want to write a Macintosh device driver. You also need this book if you want to write an application that directly addresses the Apple Desktop Bus, NuBus cards, or the Power Manager. Because many Macintosh managers interact with the Device Manager, this book provides useful information for writing and debugging low-level software.

If you are designing an application or device driver that addresses hardware, you should also consult Guide to the Macintosh Family Hardware, second edition. For information about processor-direct slot (PDS) and NuBus expansion cards, read Designing Cards and Drivers for the Macintosh Family, third edition.

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Book Contents
Figures, Tables, and Listings
Preface - About This Book
Chapter 1 - Device Manager
Chapter 2 - Slot Manager
Chapter 3 - SCSI Manager
Chapter 4 - SCSI Manager 4.3
Chapter 5 - ADB Manager
Chapter 6 - Power Manager
Chapter 7 - Serial Driver

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3 JUL 1996