Awesome Lattice FPGA Boards

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  • awesome-latticeFPGAs

    :book: List of FPGA Lattice boards using open tools

  • amaranth

    A modern hardware definition language and toolchain based on Python

    Worth knowing that are two "nmigen"s nowadays - the one originated in M-Labs and one under a project also called nmigen:

    It's a fork, made for reasons, but more actively developed. whitequark (long time author/contributor) works on this fork, and no longer the M-Labs version.

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  • m6502

    6502 CPU implementation written in nMigen

  • n6800

    A 6800 CPU written in nMigen

    Robert Baruch has a good tutorial where he writes a 6502 nMigen here:

  • clash-ghc

    Haskell to VHDL/Verilog/SystemVerilog compiler

    Try out Clash:

    Honestly I think it's maybe the best way to write new digital circuits today. I tried nMigen but it doesn't seem suited to write local in at all. It's easy to connect things together but actually writing something is a PITA.

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