jmiles at pop.net
Sun Jan 30 08:13:09 UTC 2011
I think that's what it was called, yes. There was a console version and a
GUI version, both closed-source. Hopefully they also provide a linkable
library by now; that's what you'd want to ask about.
The Xylo board I was looking at didn't have a large EEPROM attached to its
USB chip, so the loader was required to program the 8051 core on the USB
chip and send the bitfile across to it. So there are two separate rabbit
holes to explore if you want to base a standalone design on that particular
-- john, KE5FX
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> Would that be FPGAconf? It's still mentioned in the documentation and
> seems to be a kind of bitfile loader. There's no mention of a requirement
> to use it, but it may be necessary. Docs mention Altera or Xilinx packages
> and a c++ compiler as necessary.
> I just skimmed the document.
> > in business at all tells me that the requirement to run the
> > .exe is probably no longer in effect.
> > -- john, KE5FX
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