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Re: [f-cpu] 'make it work' or 'make it fast' ?

Michael Riepe wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 07, 2001 at 02:13:55AM +0100, Yann Guidon wrote:
> [...]
> > But i can't deny that having a working F-CPU sooner is attracting.
> > So there's the old dilemma : do we sacrifice source portability,
> > clock speed and high-level synthesis ? Or do we accept to go the
> > route of early prototypes ?
> > It would be cool if Alliance accepted VHDL'93 sources, or even
> > FOR .. GENERATE loops !!!
> Or library clauses... *sigh*
> I guess I'm only dreaming, but can't we feed Alliance a netlist?

What about using a macro  pre-processer for all that stuff.
What about writing your own register-transfer-langage
pre-processor for F-cpu. This way the output can be what ever
format you want. It is not that I don't like high-level
synthesis, it the fact that the two most popular languages are a
Standard Disclaimer : 97% speculation 2% bad grammar 1% facts.
"Pre-historic Cpu's" http://www.jetnet.ab.ca/users/bfranchuk
Now with schematics.
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