Re: Looking for a VHDL forum or individual help

From: Mark McDougall <>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 22:36:52 +1000
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Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) wrote:

> But for boyh yhings I need to learn VHDL and I have questions that I 
> liked to ask. Comp.lang.vhdl used to be a good forum but IMHO it is 
> almost dead nowadays. Can anybody point me to a good forum? 

I still think comp.lang.vhdl is a good resource. There are some very 
knowledgeable people who are always eager to answer questions you may have. 
I wouldn't consider it "dead". There's also comp.arch.fpga.

Read up on the theory, then get yourself a good "real world" book and play, 
play & more play. I would strongly recommend you make yourself familiar with 
a simulator, like ModelSim, before you invest too much time in silicon.

P.S. too bad the Godil has a Xilinx part.. :(


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