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betajet
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betajet   2/25/2013 9:58:04 PM
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The best published work I've seen in reverse-engineering Xilinx FPGA architecture and bitstreams has come out of Paris. Perhaps the French take Liberté more seriously than others, and when looking at closed bitstreams they think of the Bastille and Santé prisons.

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ost0   3/1/2013 8:46:04 AM
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Hey, wasn't the core of ISE developed in France? ;) At least my support guy talked about the french guys when I "deep" issues. Leak? ;)

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