uigiflip wrote:Hi Antonio, is there details on the pi zero setup yet?
uigiflip wrote:so do use the cable that comes with usb blaster and some jump wires?
do u then need a os for the pi and new core for unamiga?
does pi zwero w work with builtin wifi?
Sorgelig wrote:There cannot be excuses like "my code is not cleaned yet", "it's messy" etc.. Once you provide the core, then provide the source code as well if it's not the core written yourself fully.
This is my main complain to Spanish community.
uigiflip wrote:i look upon unamiga has for beginner or starter in fpga computing, since can just start with base board and one hat and then expand has can afford other hat and maybe pi0, i think the mist clones are at same price has MISTer, so don't see point in getting them if can get MISTer which is superior to both unAMigA and MIST
Sorgelig wrote:I know zxuno repository. Many cores there are without sources. Only binaries.
Sometime ago i wanted to check what they did in CPC core, but found only binaries. Some other cores as well.
It's even not good for the project itself because some potential developer will be distracted by this. For community development it's better to have a github repository, so anyone will be able to fork the sources and later provide the updates as pull requests.
I don't see a reason having ugly svn repository with password. We are in 2018, not in 1998. Things have been changed and SVN left in the past with dinosaurs.
antoniovillena wrote:About the SVN repository it was because it's a hosting controlled phisically by ours, not by Microsoft. But yes, I am agree that for community development github is better. I have github account.
antoniovillena wrote:The guy who did is jepalza and here is the source code available.
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