I just heard news about a "MyHDL Cookbook" that will be of interest to many denizens of programmable logic space...
I just received an email from a reader regarding a recent blog (#212001443)
Thanks for your recent posting about MyHDL. Actually, it was already mentioned also in your book (P.413).
Some time ago you suggested that I write a "MyHDL How To" for Programmable Logic DesignLine. I made some attempts, but always found the result a little too "advanced" for an introduction. However, these efforts have been recycled in what now is called the MyHDL Cookbook:
In a few weeks, version 0.6 will (finally) be released officially, with the conversion to VHDL.
MyHDL should be the ideal platform for language-neutral IP development!
He's right, I just checked and I did mention MyHDL in my Design Warrior's Guide to FPGAs (apparently there's also an electronic edition for Amazon's Kindle e-Book Thingy).
I tell you, I keep all of my books close to hand and use them as reference material on a daily basis. Sometimes I'm reading something in one of these books and I think: "Hmmm, that's interesting, I never knew that." And then I realize that I must have known it once or I wouldn't have written about it... scary...
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