Chinese Academy of Sciences releases "Xiangshan", a high performance open source RISC-V processor that runs Linux

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  • XiangShan

    Open-source high-performance RISC-V processor

    The code is at GitHub

  • darkriscv

    opensouce RISC-V cpu core implemented in Verilog from scratch in one night!

    Just found whose (incomplete) core is surprisingly short. Which means you won't have to learn a lot. You can run it in simulator or on one of the listed fpga boards.

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    Code documentation written as code! How novel and totally my idea!

  • Puts Debuggerer

    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    In the context of Linux & Open Source in my other comment I referenced [ ] -- the primary collaboration hub of open source programming -- as seen in these sources [ ] looks blocked to me.

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