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TF534 - 68030 + More RAM Board (More compatible with amiga hardware)

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Pinmap is in the ucf files. That’s what it’s for. It’s in my sources. Just add it to the project. You need a project for ram cpld and one for bus cpld.

The chips are a

XC9572XLVQ64-10 for the bus cpld.
XC95144XLTQ100-10 for the ram cpld

I don’t use projects or the IDE. I have a Linux makefile that build multiple boards from the same sources. The IDE sucks

The ucf files you need are here

https://github.com/terriblefire/tf534/t ... s/tf534r2c
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OK thanks. So with all the .V files, what exactly gets loaded into which chip ? I will start with the bus one first anyway..
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The files required by each are listed in the makefile

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/terri ... c/Makefile
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Think I've got it loaded in right..

The IDE has some terrible screwy redraw bugs :roll:

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This is why I just use visual studio code and a makefile
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#makecable

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Well got this far...

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You compiled that for an XA9572 not an XC9572XL
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terriblefire wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:13 pm You compiled that for an XA9572 not an XC9572XL
ah, seems the 9500 is listed in 3 different options in the menu :roll:
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