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re: Have you seen MyHDL.org?
jandecaluwe   12/2/2008 12:01:09 PM
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Thanks for posting about MyHDL. Actually, it was already mentioned also in your book (p.413). Some time ago you suggested me to write a "MyHDL Howto" for pldesignline. I made some attempts, but always found the result too "advanced" for an introduction. However, these efforts have been recycled in what now is called the MyHDL Cookbook: http://www.myhdl.org/doku.php/cookbook:intro In a few weeks, 0.6 will (finally) be released officially, with the conversion to VHDL. MyHDL should be the ideal platform for language-neutral IP development! Jan



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