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are their 32 bit open core processors with a gcc compiler?

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are their 32 bit open core processors with a gcc compiler? can many of them fit into a chip to do some tough things like calculate cos or sqrt. for rapid prototiping of parrellel modules.??

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Yes,

There are several good options:

Yes,

I really like the MBLite core so far, as of right now with the information I have that would be the first 32 bit core I would implement.

Nice Whitepaper about MBLite.

The Zylin ZPU is a close second, but I think the MBLite has the edge in that it should run ucLinux with the addition of SRAM.

There is also the Lattice Mico32 http://www.latticesemi.com/products/intellectualproperty/ipcores/mico32/index.cfm

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And of course we can't forget about Alvie's ZPUino!

It is a 32 bit processor that supports the gcc compiler and the Arduino IDE.

32-bits, running at 100Mhz, includes a VGA controller, and optimized for the Papilio! Can't get any better then that.

Jack.

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