This project provides a very basic version of a working ZipCPU system. It is designed so that others (you perhaps?) can then build off of it and design with it. ZBasic has three primary goals:
To provide a usable beginning system to allow users to get something up and running quickly
To provide a very basic system that can then be matched with an emulator, and used to test library and compiler functionality apart from actual hardware.
To demonstrate the utility of autofpga, and its ability to quickly, easily, and seemlessly add components to a design
If you'd like to give this a spin, consider the instructions in this article describing how to do so.
The ZBasic system can now be made using autofpga, all the way from zero to Hello World successfully in Verilator testing.
Gisselquist Technology, LLC, is pleased to provide you access to this entire project under the GPLv3 license. If this license will not work for you, please contact me.