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42 Tagging release 0.9 of MinSoC. rfajardo 4871d 05h /minsoc/tags/release-0.9/doc/INSTALL.pdf
40 Commiting a contributions directory, which has raw contributions of users. These contributions still have to be adapted to the system in order to work well. However, some users are certainly able to work with these versions.

FAQ: -added new idea to circumvent onboard DLC9 cable problem for adv_jtag_bridge
INSTALL: -gives a hint on how to install the system for Windows
HOWTO: -explains what a ucf file is and how to create it

backend: now we have the first contribution of a ucf file for the ML509 board (thanks to Matthew Hick)

Documentation: THESIS.txt explains to users, willing to tweak/understand the inner behavior of the OR1200 implementation of OpenRISC, what to read in order to get this information.
rfajardo 4877d 04h /minsoc/tags/release-0.9/doc/INSTALL.pdf
36 utils: -adding a 32 to 8 bit Wishbone bridge to connect 8 bit modules to the MinSoC interconnect.
-adding a Linux driver for parallel cables for the adv_jtag_bridge. It circumvents the necessity of privilege to run adv_jtag_bridge with cables xpc3 and xess.

sw/support: support library has been made completely standalone. That means, it is now independent from uClib and/or newlib. Thanks to Wojciech A. Koszek for his contribution on this.

sw/drivers: a driver library has been included, which supply drivers for the OpenRISC timer; and for UART, Ethernet, I2C, and CAN modules from OpenCores.

sw/uart and sw/eth: they don't provide code to control the UART and Ethernet controllers anymore. They use the drivers library instead.

Documentation:
-FAQ extended:
-table of contents
-explanation of how to use the 32 to 8 bit Wishbone bridge
-how to make adv_jtag_bridge work without privilege requirement for xess or xpc3
-explanation of locking problem of xpc_usb cable
-explanation of what to do if the cable is built on-board
-INSTALL:
-patching of gdb only required if version is 6.8, explanation on FAQ now.
-HOWTO:
-instruct to compile drivers library
-remove line numbers information on what to edit, better leave it to be found only by the informed context.
-adv_jtag_bridge execution now without 'sudo'. Note included that 'sudo' is required for Linux and xess or xpc3. Reference to FAQ to avoid this requirement.
rfajardo 5008d 03h /minsoc/tags/release-0.9/doc/INSTALL.pdf
34 start_server changed: '-t' option of adv_jtag_bridge for vpi connection on simulation removed. or1200_v3 will not pass on CPU self test.

FAQ completed with asked questions since Februrary 2010.

INSTALL informs bsdl files only have to be copied to home directory for Xilinx devices.

synthesis_examples title includes Minimal OpenRISC System on Chip.
rfajardo 5022d 05h /minsoc/tags/release-0.9/doc/INSTALL.pdf
32 Documentation revision 1.1, thanks to Wojciech A. Koszek for many comments on it.

Also updating howto, splitint it in INSTALL, HOWTO, FAQ and synthesis_examples, so it should be more clear now what to do when and not to try too much when you don't need. Like everyone was trying to debug the simulation but didn't even test the regular simulation before. Again thanks to Wojciech A. Koszek for his view on this matter.
rfajardo 5044d 05h /minsoc/tags/release-0.9/doc/INSTALL.pdf

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