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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #240 on: 2022.May.02. 13:23:33 »
Dr.OG: I think you know György Szombathelyi ( slingshot ) ( Gyurco ) from Atari-forum.
I'm mentioning this because when Kyp and Rampa make the source code public, it's possible that he could make a port attempt to MiST / SiDi.

The biggest problem with these FPGAs is that they have very little BRAM (about 68KB), which is insufficient for this core to work. No problem with the cells, there's plenty of room.

Slingshot has previously ported cores like the ZX Next, so it has a great command of those instantiated in SDRAM. The same he can make it work so that all users of these FPGAs benefit.

And if not to wait a bit, since Kyp has some ideas to make it possible.

Anyway, enjoy the Enterprise on FPGA. Cheers

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Re: Enterprise Deployment Attempt Over FPGA.
« Reply #241 on: 2022.May.02. 15:35:11 »
Thank You! I pointed previously Gyurco's attention to this project, as soon as the source code will be available, he will investigate the option of porting. He migrated the SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive cores formerly, so I doubt that EP core could cause serious problems...
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