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  1. The FPGArduino project provides pre-built software tools and FPGA configuration bitstreams which transform popular FPGA development boards into microcontroller systems programmable using the intuitive Arduino development environment. If you like it you can support it by adding support for your board...
  2. Version 2.3.0


    ZAP IDE has been replaced by the easier to use DesignLab IDE which integrates schematic based circuits with Arduino style code. Please download the latest DesignLab IDE files for the latest Papilio software. ZAP (ZPUino Arduino Papilio) IDE is specially designed to get you up and running quickly with Soft Processors on the Papilio FPGA boards. It has everything needed to start running sketches on the AVR8 and ZPUino Soft Processors in a single download. Based on the Arduino IDE (1.5.2) and specially modified for Soft Processor based System on Chip designs. Supports: ZPUino Soft ProcessorVersion 1.0 Version 2.0 (experimental) [*]AVR8 Soft Processor More Info: ZAP IDE QuickStart ZPUino User Guide Soft Processor Tutorials Soft Processor Reference Versions: Once you go to the download section you will see different files to download, the files marked with expert do not include a java jre and are a little smaller to download. If you already have a compatible jre you can try downloading the expert version, but for a hassle free experience we recommend downloading the larger version that has everything included.
  3. t90add

    Porting Libraries

    Hi, Does anybody have a method of porting libraries? Thanks
  4. rfunderburk

    Adding logic to ZPUino for Pro

    Hi - I have a need to add additional logic to the ZPUino-HDL project. To start I just try to compile the existing system and load it. This fails miserably. Here are my findings thus far: 1) The Makefile in the papilio-pro directory of the boards does not work with the 'standard' installation from Xilinx. It appears to rely on having mingw, or some other installation available. If I change the Makefile to use 'mkdir.exe' and 'rm.exe' then I am at least able to issue 'make' and 'make clean' (though 'clean' doesn't actually do anything due to differences in the specification of the file expansion). 2) The compilation completes, but the .map file does not match that in the repository (other than expected differences, like times, etc). There are some differences in the number of slices used and flip-flop counts. 3) Even though the compilation completes it will not execute when the .bit file is renamed and moved into the 'bitstreams' directory of the aruino-1.5. I believe that this is due to a bad .bmm file. I have tried to recreate a .bmm file, but there are many more BRAM16 (and one BRAM8) placements in the resultant output than are called out for in the .bmm file. So, how can I recompile the ZPUino-HDL to generate the .bit file for use in the arduino environment? Perhaps there are files that are not checked into the repository, as .gitignore is pretty extensive? Thanks, Richard
  5. Jack Gassett

    Arduino IDE for pcDuino

    Version 1.5.2-1.0


    This is the first test release of the Arduino IDE with a plugin to work with the pcDuino. This includes both Arduino IDE 1.5.2 and pcDuino plugin 1.0. Usage: Unzip the archive to your pcDuino - recommend using a file system on a sd card. run arduino executable as the ubuntu user change the board type to pcDuino look for pcDuino examples select the "Upload" icon - program will compile and should start a new window running the program. Details: All generated executables are saved in your sketch directory (/home/ubuntu/sketchbook) as {sketchname}.cpp. Even though it has a cpp extension it is an executable that you can run. Pressing the "compile" icon will update the executable in the sketch directory without running it.
  6. MartyMacGyver

    Comparing the Papilio One with the Pro

    Beyond the various new features per the wiki page, how does the Papilio Pro stack up to the One (500K) in terms of its capacity to contain a given logic design, particularly the Arduino and ZPUino cores? My point of reference is this spec sheet. The One's XC3S500E appears to have far more slices compared to the Pro's XC6SLX9 (even when considering the 2:1(?) difference in slice sizes between the newer Spartan-6 and the older Spartan-3), but of course there's the new DSPs and such as well in the 6. Other than that, the Spartan-6 seems to have slightly fewer logic cells and slightly more flip-flops (but do those numbers include what's in the slices, etc.?) Thanks in advance, and if this is all covered elsewhere already just let me know... so far I haven't stumbled upon a head-to-head comparison of the Pro vs the One 500K with these details, and that'd be useful info for people switching to the Pro (or, like me, starting out with it).
  7. brianv

    Two virtual COM ports

    Maybe someone can answer this for me. When I installed the Windows installer package for Retrocade, I believe it installed TWO instances of the FTDI virtual COM port driver. The FTDI driver was likely installed before for other devices on my computer before installing the package. When I plug in the Papilio board, two COM ports show up, and the location field in the device manager days "on USB Serial Converter B" and "on USB Serial Converter A" > FTDIBUS\COMPORT&VID_0403&PID_6010 Is this supposed to happen? When I tried programming the Papilio with the one COM port nothing happened. Brian