ijor wrote:SystemVerilog sources:
FX68K is released under the GPL open source license.
More material including notes, tables and charts, that I need yet to finish or polish, should be available at some later time.
PhantombrainM wrote:Out of pure curiosity, how long did it take you to complete it?
alien wrote:I'm curious, are the ROMs (mem files) taken from the decapping you did?
Or, if they're custom, do you have some tool to generate them rather than typing them in in binary? (in the dark ages before I had an assembler, I used Hex...)
jotego wrote:From the size point of view, it is a bit larger than TG68k.
ijor wrote:- No DMA? (surprised that this seems to be not implemented!)
MasterOfGizmo wrote:What do you mean by DMA? Or do you mean the bus arbitration? Yes that's missing in tg68k and requires us to just stall the CPU by brute force.
But it's interesting how close you can get by just stopping the CPU clock externally
MasterOfGizmo wrote:This core is only a few percent bigger than tg68k and it just runs nicely. That's so cool ...
LaurentS wrote:I've got a Myst, but I'm not a FPGA coder.
I'm just asking myself : does this core work better than the current ST 68000 core in the myst ?
If yes, does anyone plan to make a new ST emulation with this new core ?
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