Michał Pleban wrote: >> The 8088, 8284, 8288 and 6526 are very common. The 8087 will cost more >> effort but the 6525 could be a problem. What about a board with the >> most common ICs and a FPGA/CPLD covering the glue logic and the 6525? > Well, the 6525 chip is also rather hard to get nowadays. It would be > much better to have it on FPGA than to hunt for old CDTV or 1551 > machines to cannibalize them... Oh sorry, I somehow understand you the wrong way... I thought you meant FPGA with 8088 wtc. and 6525 separate, while it is the exact opposite. I just woke up, that's probably why ;-)) Yes, the FPGA solution with 6525 and glue logic would be very feasible. So, how do we go now to delevoping it? :-) Regards, Michau. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-04-23 08:00:30
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