[Libre-soc-dev] Back from vacation and question about documenting litex
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Mon Sep 7 01:29:52 BST 2020
On Mon, Sep 7, 2020 at 12:52 AM Cole Poirier <colepoirier at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm back from my vacation and will be working full time again starting
> tomorrow (monday). I'll hopefully be finishing up the microwatt vhdl
> debug spr task tomorrow, as well as the first full translation pass of
> icache.vhdl, including adding the ~100 or so lines of tests from
> I've been following our progress with testing the microwat *.bin files
> this week and I'm so excited at how far you've been able to go in the
> past week, Luke. I guess it took two weeks up front to route out all
> of the bugs at the front end of the process and now you're just flying
> On that note, do we have the litex simulation and testing instructions
> on the wiki?
not at all. because nobody's asked until now.
> If so can you please link me to the page? If not, I'd
> like to take on the task of documenting that this week
should be real simple.
1) install litex
2) run sim.py
> along with the
> microwatt spr vhdl additions (I think I'm almost done),
i rewrote it. check the bugreport.
> icache.vhdl (almost done this as well). Is there a bug report for this
yes. search "i-cache".
> or should I create one?
> Very glad to be able to start helping out again :)
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