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  1. All, I'd like to continue an ongoing discussion that's now taken place across many forum threads, but I'd like to offer for everyone a simple place to put it that ... isn't off topic. (Thank you, @JColvin for inviting my ... rant) For reference, the tools I use include: Verilator: for simulating anything from individual components (such as this UART), to entire designs (such as my Arty design, CMod S6 design, XuLA2-LX25 design, or even my basic ZipCPU design). (Read about my debugging philosophy here, or how you can use Verilator here.) Drawbacks: Verilator is Verilog and S
  2. Dear, I went through your software and hardware programs. Software code and firmwares are hosted on GitHub under mit license. While schematic says it follows CC license. Why two different licenses? Another point to mention is schematic does not mentions type of CC - creative Commons it follows. i.e. CC BY, non commercial or share alike etc. Next point is version of both licenses is not mentioned i.e. mit, CC 4.0, GPL v3 etc.
  3. Hi there, In the Kickstarter campaign it's said that the OpenScope will be "open source". Could someone from Digilent specify the licenses that the various files will be released under? In particular, the licenses for the hardware design files, the device firmware, and the Waveforms Live software? Also, will the hardware design files consist of rendered schematics only or the actual EDA design files? Thanks, Bob
  4. Have you considered making the source for some of the adept tools available? This way the community of 'enthusiastic coders' could help try to fix some of the issues with djtgcfg/dadutil with later versions of ubuntu. I have tried (for example) debugging the particular issue with djtgcfg not detecting my Anvyl board using strace, but access to teh code would really help. Anyway. Just a thought. Gary