This is a Verilog implementation of a microprocessor implementing the Consolite ISA. It is designed for the Mimas V2 development board with a Spartan 6 FPGA.
What Is Consolite?
Consolite (coming from "Console Lite") is the name I've given to my design of a hobbyist microprocessor and associated toolchain. Consolite's instruction set architecture (ISA) has assembly level instructions for setting colors, drawing pixels on the screen, and receiving input. This makes it suitable for writing games, which is what makes it a "console".
- Display: 256 x 192 pixels, 8-bit color (VGA output)
- Registers: 16 general purpose, instruction pointer, color, flags
- Memory: 64KiB main memory, 48KiB video memory (write only)
- Storage: Up to 256 programs on microSD card
- Input: 6 buttons, 8 switches, 32 GPIOs, up to 8 SNES controllers
The Verilog code in the
/src directory and any documentation is covered under
the license in
MimasV2Config.py script for flashing Consolite
onto the development board is not my creation and is not covered under this license.
Additionally, the files under the
/proj/ipcore_dir directory have been generated
from the Xilinx software and are not covered under the license; these files are used
for interfacing with the on board LPDDR RAM.