On Wed, 19 Dec 2018, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:
Really? Show me one that is 1) in current production,
2) offers the
full ISA bus (not just some decoded address lines and 8 data lines),
3) plugs into a PCI slot.
Surprised no one has used something like an ATMega or cheap USB
connected ARM to build a USB to ISA adapter with tie in to DOSBox or
some other emulator.
For what it's worth, I've never seen an ISA to USB or ISA to PCI
"bridge" implementation that was fully functional--and that includes P4
and later motherboards using a bridge chip. I've been round the block
with a couple of motherboard vendors.
I don't know how functional their solutions are and I've never had any of
their products nor I have anything to do with them, but I've had this
link: <http://www.arstech.com/> in my bookmarks just in case since 2005.
I guess if they have been in that business for so long now, they must have
been doing things right.