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+*.[oa]
+*.bit
+*.log
+*.swp
+*.bit
+*.elf
+*.bin
+*.fpg
+*.raw
+*.fbi
+boards/milkymist-one/synthesis/build
+tools/byteswap
+boards/milkymist-one/flash/m1nor

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+#
+# Authors: Xiangfu Liu <xiangfu@sharism.cc>
+# bitcoin: 1CGeqFzCZnAPEEcigr8LzmWTqf8cvo8toW
+#
+# License GPLv3 or later. NO WARRANTY.
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+
+BASEDIR=${CURDIR}
+
+SYNTOOL?=xst
+BOARD?=milkymist-one
+
+
+host:
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/tools
+
+
+bitstream: host
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/boards/${BOARD}/synthesis -f Makefile.${SYNTOOL}
+
+
+load-bitstream: bitstream
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/boards/${BOARD}/synthesis -f Makefile.${SYNTOOL} load
+
+
+.PHONY: clean load-bitstream
+clean:
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/boards/milkymist-one/synthesis -f common.mak clean
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/boards/milkymist-one/flash clean
+ make -C ${BASEDIR}/tools clean
3 README
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+Milkymist forked project for getting fpgaminer core to work on a Milkymist One board.
+
+WIP still too slow
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+MMDIR?=../../..
+
+TARGETS=soc.fpg
+SERIAL?=/dev/ttyUSB0
+
+all: $(TARGETS)
+clean:
+ rm -f $(TARGETS)
+
+soc.fpg:
+ $(MAKE) -C $(MMDIR)/tools
+ $(MAKE) -C $(MMDIR)/boards/milkymist-one/synthesis -f Makefile.xst
+ cp $(MMDIR)/boards/milkymist-one/synthesis/build/system.fpg soc.fpg
+
+flash: all
+ jtag -n flashall.batch
+
+connect:
+ stty -F $(SERIAL) raw 115200
+ while : ; do cat $(SERIAL) ; done & cat > $(SERIAL)
+
+.PHONY: flash clean connect
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+cable milkymist
+detect
+instruction CFG_OUT 000100 BYPASS
+instruction CFG_IN 000101 BYPASS
+pld load fjmem.bit
+initbus fjmem opcode=000010
+frequency 6000000
+detectflash 0
+endian big
+
+flashmem 0x000000 soc.fpg noverify
+
+pld reconfigure
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