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Demon Core triggers: they're alive!

I'm currently busy developing on the long awaited support for the Demon Core triggers in my client. So far, I've got a small DSL that can be interpreted and translated to the necessary LUT configurations.

Today, I was feeling bold and decided to give the current code a test ride. So, I coded a small test rig to write the LUT configurations to a real OBLS running DemonCore v3.07, and it worked! A simple one-stage trigger that looks for a simple bit-pattern was correctly triggered by external input and caused the capture to finish.

There's still tons of stuff that needs to be done prior to getting the current code ready for prime-time, but its a start...
when good software is not an alternative...

Re: Demon Core triggers: they're alive!

Reply #1
Good to hear. You deserve a raise!

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You deserve a raise!

Indeed! Great to hear.
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Reply #3
Very cool, and good to hear.

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Reply #4
[quote author="flubberlab"]Good to hear. You deserve a raise![/quote]
Indeed he does. I solemnly promise to raise a pint or two to Jawi asap. ;)
Seriously - good joob.

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Reply #5
Hmmm... I'm pondering whether I should rather hold out with those pints a smidgen instead...

 

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Reply #6
Hi, as there was a huge effort on the fpga verilog side done in 2011/12, is there any update with the jawi's client side?
Or is the project abandoned?
Miro
PS: I still like my OLS :)