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  1. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    I looked for the CV-A9 on the Arrow site for a long time when I caught wind of it. If I remember correctly, when I finally found a page for them, they were discontinued and out of stock. There were...
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    Re: P1V over-clocking experiment

    I think the P1V (as compiled with the original 2014-08-11 code) either runs at 80MHz or thinks that's what it's doing. My project generates serial output just fine at 115200 bps when I set the mode...
  3. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    Whoops, sorry if I spoke too soon. :cool:

    I was planning on designing my own board anyway, once I find the time. It's not that hard. I might even just make it out of perfboard and a couple of...
  4. Re: Why not post more P1V experimental code?

    I'm disappointed to hear that you feel that way. I think GitHub makes it very easy to work on this and get organized, and I've seen your code and I think it's ready to go (obviously you think so too,...
  5. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    Looks good!. Yes the BeMicro CV pins are different if I'm not mistaken (should be easy to fix I think).

    The EEPROM and Prop-plug aren't strictly necessary for in-circuit debugging of course: the...
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    Re: AHDL help needed

    Also you probably need to update the top.qsf file to specify where the new pins are assigned (I think it's possible to do this from inside Quartus too but I forgot how).

    ===Jac
  7. Re: BeScopeBundle - Tip for those who want to buy an FPGA development board

    For what it's worth: I've been having trouble with my BeMicro CV too. It doesn't freeze the programmer as you mention, but when I unplug it and replug it after programming, it doesn't get recognized...
  8. Re: Why not post more P1V experimental code?

    Alright, I concede to that. Of course then there's the argument whether announcing in the forum that you made something with the code can be construed as a "release" but we don't really have to go...
  9. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    Exactly!

    As for the QuickStart idea that I already mentioned: The Parallax USB Project board uses the same connector as the QuickStart (except it uses it upside down so that expansion boards don't...
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    Re: Fix for BeMicro CV LEDs

    I'll set up a pull request but in case you don't know, you can pull my branch without me requesting... :-)
    EDIT: You still have an open pull request; as far as I can see, it will pull the latest...
  11. Re: Why not post more P1V experimental code?

    Technically, everything that everyone does with the P1V code must be shared, because GPL.

    I've been reading this forum front-to-back for over a week now and I get the impression that everyone is...
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    Fix for BeMicro CV LEDs

    Hi All,

    I finally had a chance to play with my BeMicro CV board and noticed that the LEDs were still out of order (as reported in the BeMicroCV thread), and I couldn't find any posts with a fix,...
  13. Re: Propeller 1 running on Pipistrello (Xilinx Spartan6-LX45)

    Merged!

    Thanks Magnus!

    ===Jac
  14. Re: Propeller 1 running on Pipistrello (Xilinx Spartan6-LX45)

    Magnus, I would like to add your code to my Github repository.

    I know I can add your code without asking (because GPL) but I would prefer if you would make your own fork and maintain your code...
  15. Re: Where to define some parameters in verilog - No of Cogs, Hub size, etc

    Can you post a bit of sample code?

    As I mentioned here, I'm setting up a Github repo that builds the P1V targerts in the way Chip intended, but can be modified easily when you want to change...
  16. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    Silly question maybe, but wouldn't it be possible to use the power of FPGA to implement a simple PS/2 emulation from a USB plug? I know USB takes a lot of logic to implement, but as I understand, USB...
  17. Re: Can a Crowdsourced chip be developed from the P1 Verilog Code?

    I don't know anything about chip design but it seems to me that it should be possible to modify the Verilog so that the boot code, spin interpreter etc. are in "shadowed" ROM/RAM, making it possible...
  18. Re: Just ordered a BE Micro CV for $60, delivered

    I would definitely be interested!

    What I would also like to see is a sort of ICE setup (In-Circuit Emulator) where you would have a small board the size of a DIP-propeller, with a pin header on...
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    Re: Cleaning up, and getting organized

    Just like with the original fork, you don't need permission to sync your repo to its parent and you don't have to put in any kind of request to do so. However it does take a few commands: see...
  20. Re: Can a Crowdsourced chip be developed from the P1 Verilog Code?

    Aren't the PAL and NTSC encoders also (partially) analog?

    ===Jac
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    Re: Cleaning up, and getting organized

    Multiple branches are useful because they make it possible to work on a feature without interfering with other features. Forks are basically identical to branches: Github.com invented them to...
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    Re: Cleaning up, and getting organized

    In normal situations, whenever you have changes in your local copy that are not checked in and the remote copy has has new check-ins, you would need to do a merge. This is more likely to happen as...
  23. BeScopeBundle - Tip for those who want to buy an FPGA development board

    I just found out that Arrow sells something called the BeScopeBundle which consists of the BeMicro CV ("supported" by the Propeller source code) plus a plugin board that you can use as an...
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    Cleaning up, and getting organized

    Hi guys,

    I've read most of the threads in this forum and I'm happy to see there are so many good ideas about possible improvements to the P1V. I would like to see all those ideas in a single...
  25. Sticky: Re: Open Propeller Project #6: Open Source Verilog for Propeller 1

    Great that Parallax open-sourced the P1 design. I've seen it in my various news sources and "liked" or "+1'd" it many times.

    I would love to find some time to get familiar with Verilog, buy a...
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