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"If you can't hack it, you don't own it"
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betajet   1/14/2014 2:01:46 PM
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IMO, the GPU is one of two annoyingly-closed components.  The second is the FPGA, which can only be programmed using proprietary tools.  Maybe there's an open book about the Spartan 6 in Shenzhen :-)

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