----- Original Message ----- From: "Ruud Baltissen" <Ruud.Baltissen@abp.nl> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2001 7:31 AM Subject: Re: 16 MB REU clone again > Jestes Polak? Moj zona jest Polka. Zgadza sie. Chociaz powinienes napisac "Moja" a nie "Moj" bo to by oznaczalo, ze twoja zona jest facetem :) /Thats right. However you should write "Moja" not "Moj" as it would mean your wife is a guy :) / > > My IDE controller now use GAL... > > I'm interested how you program them. I've found a GAL-programmer on the Web. > But before building it I realised that I don't know how to create the needed > JEDEC-files A long time ago there was a hardware+software project called "Galer" (-for Amiga). At that time I wasn't able to find any information about GAL-programming algorithms so I had to reverse engineer that project (there was no schematic, only part list; there were sources - but GAL type recognition module was in object/compiled file) and soon I was able to build my own programmer. Unfortunately it didn't work with 22V10 GALs, but I had no time to fix it. I'm going to buy a full-featured device programmer (even with script language for custom programming algorithms) which costs only about $250 (compare this with BP or Advantech or Hi-Lo...) . For creating JEDEC-files - there are some free/demo packages like Abel (which I've used for that purpose), PAL-Asm etc. I found Abel very useful and used it for some home-made projects. Now I'm switching to Xilinx stuff (after checking Amd/Vantis, Lattice and Altera). Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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