On 2013/09/04 9:07 pm, Nate Lawson wrote: > I'd recommend Actel, which is lower power and nonvolatile. (Some of) their stuff is 5V-tolerant and a few even fit in a 600-mil chip footprint, so I've been looking at their line for some time now. Unfortunately, their motley assortment of free synthesis tools disagree on what constitutes meaningful VHDL, and none of them provide helpful feedback about just what it was they couldn't understand in my code. I've had to put my MPS-6530-in-VHDL project on hold until I can get a better VHDL syntax checker... which is awkward, because I have no idea where to look. Has anyone got suggestions? I have access to Windows XP on Intel and Mac OS X Tiger on PowerPC. Regards, Gordon Seattle Retro-Computing Society's Agitator-in-Chief http://www.seattleretrocomputing.com/ Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-09-06 06:00:02
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