uigiflip wrote:has anyone got anything to run on this?
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Flow Status Successful - Sat Jan 05 22:04:53 2019
Quartus Prime Version 17.0.2 Build 602 07/19/2017 SJ Standard Edition
Revision Name X68000-lite
Top-level Entity Name sys_top
Family Cyclone V
Timing Models Final
Logic utilization (in ALMs) 13,322 / 41,910 ( 32 % )
Total registers 12008
Total pins 123 / 314 ( 39 % )
Total virtual pins 0
Total block memory bits 1,748,704 / 5,662,720 ( 31 % )
Total DSP Blocks 3 / 112 ( 3 % )
Total HSSI RX PCSs 0
Total HSSI PMA RX Deserializers 0
Total HSSI TX PCSs 0
Total HSSI PMA TX Serializers 0
Total PLLs 2 / 6 ( 33 % )
Total DLLs 0 / 4 ( 0 % )
ogloki wrote:Can someone give me an estimate on the number of LUTs used by this core? I'd like to play around with it on my Lattice ECP5 dev board which has only 40K LUTs available.
Sorgelig wrote:It's equivalent to 110K LE, not LUTs.
Gehstock wrote:Sound Update
Gehstock wrote:Sound Update
Although the initial version of FD disk emulator had
read out data from the SD card by the Nios II processor for each track and developed it to the track image, the Nioss II processor seems to have been
running out due to timeout etc. because it is slow.
For the second version, the Nios II processor reads data from the SD card for each track, but
it has been speeded up by developing it to track image with hardware.
However, it seems that timeout has occurred rarely yet.
Since Nios II seems to have limitations in expanding track-by-track images, in this version,
changed the method of deploying disk images to the whole SDRAM when FD files were selected .
So it will wait for the conversion time when selecting the file,
but it seems that the error has almost disappeared because the load can now operate at the same speed as the actual FDD .
When writing to FD, write back to the SD card at the time of writing is done.
do not unplug the SD card or turn off the power while the emulator BUSY (the rightmost LED) is blinking .
If you switch to another file, you will write back the unsaved image.
At the same time, since the SASI emulator ignored the reset signal, we changed it so that it responds.
For PC88, because the SD card access method is different, the emulator itself is
designed to be compatible, but transplanting is still not done. Moreover, we can not confirm with other than 2HD.
We know that the behavior in single density (FM format) is not accurate.
(Since the track length is doubled, the time it takes for one disk revolution
has been doubled )
Sorgelig wrote:3-5 years more and may be it will be reasonable to start to port again
May be some one can contact the author and he will start to develop directly on MiSTer?
kitrinx wrote:The author is working on a DE0, so moving to a DE10 probably wouldn't be a big step for them, and they might appreciate having it on a platform where many people could enjoy their work. The only problem is it's a bit hard to find the contact information for them due to the language barrier. Are there any Japanese speakers that maybe want to try to figure out how to contact the author and reach out to this person to see if they can convince them of the merits of MiSTer?
Sorgelig wrote:kitrinx wrote:The author is working on a DE0, so moving to a DE10 probably wouldn't be a big step for them, and they might appreciate having it on a platform where many people could enjoy their work. The only problem is it's a bit hard to find the contact information for them due to the language barrier. Are there any Japanese speakers that maybe want to try to figure out how to contact the author and reach out to this person to see if they can convince them of the merits of MiSTer?
As far as i know, the author is a single person, and he can be easily reached on the link posted above. You can write comment in that blog in English. He will reply.