I can't say if the XIlinx tools are more or less usable than Altera's tools, but I can say that I've found the Xilinx tools usable, reliable and fast enough. You get a simulator as well as a synthesiser, which means you can get the tools, do a design, and check it, without spending any money. If you really didn't like the tools you could of course check out some different ones. The Godil products are a big reason why I've found myself taking the Xilinx route. On 25 August 2013 00:19, <email@example.com> wrote: > firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > > How is the Xilinx software? > > On 2013-08-24, at 23:58, Mark McDougall wrote: > > > Xilinx software is absolute rubbish. Altera quartus is miles ahead > > On 2013-08-25, at 00:05, Bil Herd wrote: > > > I converted to Altera many years ago as I can produce much quicker and > with > > more reliability, at least with my style of designing. > > yeah.. hmm... nobody heard about something like the said GODIL but with > Altera chips? > > -- > SD! > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-08-25 19:00:12
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