epsilon Posted August 29, 2022 Share Posted August 29, 2022 Hi all, All while ago, I started BoxLambda, a Blog and open-source project with the goal of creating a retro-style FPGA-based microcomputer. The microcomputer serves as a platform for software and RTL experimentation. https://epsilon537.github.io/boxlambda/ https://github.com/epsilon537/boxlambda/tree/develop Does the world need another retro-style computer? Probably not, but I do. I’m a software engineer and I’ve been studying FPGA development for more than a year now, specifically for this project. BoxLambda is a system-integration project. There's very little from-scratch RTL development. The project is mostly about studying relevant GitHub projects (CPU, graphics, sound cores etc.) and bringing them into the BoxLambda SoC. Since the project is based on Digilent's Arty and Nexys A7, I thought some of the folks on this forum might find it interesting. Recently, I've been working on setting up OpenOCD JTAG Debug access for BoxLambda: https://epsilon537.github.io/boxlambda/hello-debugger/ Let me know what you think. Cheers, Epsilon. artvvb, JColvin and jb9631 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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