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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #45 on: 2020.May.23. 21:13:59 »
Still not totally good interruptions. And no Basic.
« Last Edit: 2020.May.23. 21:17:02 by gflorez »

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #46 on: 2020.May.24. 08:52:57 »
Still not totally good interruptions. And no Basic.
Great!!! :smt041

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #47 on: 2020.May.24. 12:45:24 »
Looks cool :)
And the progress is amazing.

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #48 on: 2020.May.24. 14:19:53 »
Wow. This is really fast progress. Fantastic!!! :smt041 :smt041

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #49 on: 2020.May.26. 07:42:43 »
Wow! This is really nice! Right on Commander! :)

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #50 on: 2020.May.26. 10:58:12 »
Looks great, keep up the good work! Kyp is on his way here :-) (his account has been created today)

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #51 on: 2020.May.26. 15:27:14 »
Yes, that way he can make you all a lot of questions directly.

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #52 on: 2020.May.26. 19:10:17 »
Hello everybody!

I never had an Enterprise so I have little to tell about me and these computers. I knew about them just in publications and lately I have seen gflorez computers in action. I had and still have Spectrums and Amigas.

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #53 on: 2020.May.26. 21:59:24 »
welcome here, and congratulation for the fast and good result you achieved: -)
I had ENTERPRISE and C64 and i still have ;-)

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #54 on: 2020.August.18. 13:27:39 »
Kyp is hardly still developing the core. This is his last post:

"The biggest problem the EP has is that many of the things it does with signals are managed in a 'incompatible' way with FPGAs. It has lots of latches and registers that work with clocks coming out from other logic gates and FPGAs don't like that at all."

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #55 on: 2020.August.18. 13:39:04 »
Kyp is hardly still developing the core. This is his last post:

"The biggest problem the EP has is that many of the things it does with signals are managed in a 'incompatible' way with FPGAs. It has lots of latches and registers that work with clocks coming out from other logic gates and FPGAs don't like that at all."
It is very sad :(

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #56 on: 2020.August.18. 15:31:49 »
It is very sad :(

Yes, very sad. :(

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #57 on: 2020.August.18. 15:48:50 »
You have not understood him. It is hard but he continues.

He only is explaining the difficulties he is finding.

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #58 on: 2020.August.18. 18:07:05 »
You have not understood him.
I'm sorry to say this, but it is actually you who made Tutus misunderstand. You see, working hard and hardly working are very different things. Working hard means that somebody makes great efforts to achieve the goal. Hardly working means doing not much or barely anything. Yes, hardly and hard can be used as equivalents, but that is not the usual or most common meaning of hardly.

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #59 on: 2020.August.18. 18:19:08 »
Yes, I misunderstood too. Also "This is his last post" I took to mean his last post ever, his final post. "...his latest post" would be better.

I say this just for information, not to criticize, I am in awe at people's ability to use English on this forum :bow: it puts my language skills to shame :oops: :oops: :oops: