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New open-source toolchain facilitates configurable IP core packaging

Clive Maxfield
1/27/2011 03:51 PM EST

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re: New open-source toolchain facilitates configurable IP core packaging
Max The Magnificent   1/27/2011 4:05:25 PM
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I always like to see new folks coming online -- hopefully this will lead to something big -- maybe we can persuade Alex to write a "How To" design article walking us through the process ... I'll "ping" him and see...

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