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205 A new version of VDU8 that uses the parameterized xilinx ram "block_spram" for the video memory. davidgb 1192d 07h /System09/trunk/
204 patched up ram for zybo use davidgb 1192d 07h /System09/trunk/
203 Added a parameterized ram model. davidgb 1192d 07h /System09/trunk/
202 Updated Zybo design to reintroduce VDU8 driving the PmodVGA on pmod connectors JC+JD.
This version also uses PmodUSBUART on JE. To use PmodRS232 you must edit the .ucf file and select the appropriate pin LOCs.
davidgb 1192d 08h /System09/trunk/
201 A copy of XSA-3S1000.ucf and System09_Xess_XSA-3S1000.vhd that have dual serial ports with no handshake. davidgb 1199d 03h /System09/trunk/
200 Started adding back in video support - VDU8 instantiated and RGBHV bits sent to Pmod JE port. davidgb 1206d 00h /System09/trunk/
199 Add in full RS-232 handshake for PmodUSBUART. davidgb 1207d 02h /System09/trunk/
198 Update UCF file to select Pmod pinout compatible with the PmodUSBUART.
To use, make sure PmodUSBUART has JP1 as "LCL". Connect the usb to the uart and open the terminal program. Test the transmission via the LED on the Pmod. Then (carefully) plug into Pmod port on Zybo.
davidgb 1207d 03h /System09/trunk/
197 Updates from John Kent:
-- 4.5 John Kent 2012-02-04 Re-arranged Rx & Tx Baud clock edge detect.
-- 4.6 John Kent 3021-01-30 Double sample RxC, TxC, and RxD with cpu_clk
-- for 125MHz Clock on Zybo Z7 board.
davidgb 1214d 00h /System09/trunk/
196 Working system boots to SBUG. Uses RS232 Pmod (no handshake) and 57600,8,N,1 (no handshake) hyperterm. davidgb 1214d 00h /System09/trunk/
195 Switched to using the UART over usb for the console port. davidgb 1214d 01h /System09/trunk/
194 Finally have a working board. davidgb 1214d 01h /System09/trunk/
193 Fixed part of the ACIA problem - the polarity of the NMI was wrong. Now get clean output but input to the ACIA is not working. Also fixed the 32k addressing davidgb 1214d 05h /System09/trunk/
192 Fixed part of the ACIA problem - the polarity of the NMI was wrong. Now get clean output but input to the ACIA is not working. davidgb 1214d 05h /System09/trunk/
191 check in file so that you do not need to generate it when running ISE in gui davidgb 1215d 02h /System09/trunk/
190 check in file so that you do not need to generate it when running ISE in gui davidgb 1215d 02h /System09/trunk/
189 Remove unused file. Created by ISE gui. davidgb 1220d 20h /System09/trunk/
188 update options to match what the ISE gui does davidgb 1220d 20h /System09/trunk/
187 Partially works. Garbage on the ACIA due to baud clock problems. davidgb 1221d 01h /System09/trunk/
186 Somewhat functional boot to SBUG. ACIA freq is wrong but sometimes works if hyperterm set to 115kBps davidgb 1221d 04h /System09/trunk/
185 Reverted back to the single-step version - something was broken davidgb 1221d 06h /System09/trunk/
184 update files to correctly produce flex9ram.vhd davidgb 1221d 06h /System09/trunk/
183 update file extensions davidgb 1221d 06h /System09/trunk/
182 Add a copy of the derived ROM contents so that you can go directly to ISE GUI without having to 'make roms' davidgb 1221d 06h /System09/trunk/
181 Add a copy of the derived ROM contents so that you can go directly to ISE GUI without having to 'make roms' davidgb 1221d 06h /System09/trunk/
180 removed xdc file since ISE 14.7 does not support XDC davidgb 1221d 07h /System09/trunk/
179 Zybo port done to the same point as the Atlys port. The hardware appears to work but the ACIA is not communicating properly. davidgb 1221d 07h /System09/trunk/
178 work on constraints file davidgb 1221d 18h /System09/trunk/
177 work on zybo port davidgb 1221d 18h /System09/trunk/
176 Don't delete system09_impact.cmd on 'clean' davidgb 1221d 20h /System09/trunk/

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