Sorgelig wrote:Actually, this core is open source and anyone can add more features I prefer to focus on features giving some noticeable advantages.
I'd like to try, but first I have to learn how to build a core from your sources...
Sorgelig wrote:For Altera FPGA programming, the only tool you need is Quartus II: http://dl.altera.com/13.1/?edition=web
I didn't see comprehensive guide about FPGA programming. Google may help you
ericgus wrote:Sorgelig, Under your "My cores for MiST" I dont see the most recent FPGA64 core you worked on .. i'd like to take a crack and playing with/compiling my own to learn fpga programming (since I know the c64 best of all).
Because of author of FPGA64. He prohibit release the code.
Btw, how it's related to SAM Coupe topic?
Sorgelig wrote:New release:
- Fix disk formatting.
- invert RXMIDI and Tape-IN bits to suit some picky games.
Sorgelig wrote:Unfortunately, i cannot increase CPU speed due to MiST using SDRAM. Unlike in other my cores where i could use FPGA RAM for video cache, SAM Coupe uses whole 512kb for video. So i had to use SDRAM for video. Since SDRAM require significantly longer time than SRAM to access the data, there is no time left for increasing CPU speed (unlike in ZX core where i could achieve 56MHz).
So, the only thing i could do is to disable CPU Throttle to allow CPU work at full speed (6MHz) whole time.
Sorgelig wrote:Anyway, original SAM Coupe didn't have 20MHz, so there should be no big loss.
SirDavid wrote: But if it works with Amiga core, it is not impossible.
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