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vendor: add bit file generation for machXO2 #382

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As others lattice and specially ECP5, machXO2 FPGA, a .bit file may be used to direct SRAM programming instead of FLASH programming.
Advantages are:

  • extends FLASH lifetime
  • reduces programming time.

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Merging #382 into master will not change coverage.
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@whitequark whitequark merged commit e301798 into amaranth-lang:master May 8, 2020
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whitequark commented May 8, 2020

Thanks!

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