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[LiteX] QEmu simulation of a LiteX generated SoC #41

mithro opened this issue Mar 1, 2017 · 2 comments

[LiteX] QEmu simulation of a LiteX generated SoC #41

mithro opened this issue Mar 1, 2017 · 2 comments


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mithro commented Mar 1, 2017

[LiteX] QEmu simulation of a LiteX generated SoC

More technical details at Issue #86: Get lm32 firmware running under qemu to enable testing without hardware on HDMI2USB-misoc-firmware repo

Brief explanation

Currently to do firmware development you need access to FPGA hardware. Using QEmu it should be possible to enable developers to develop and improve the firmware without hardware.

Expected results

People are able to write new features for the HDMI2USB firmware and develop MicroPython for FPGAs using QEmu.

Detailed Explanation

LiteX QEmu Simulation support Random Notes Document

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John-K commented Sep 29, 2017

Just dropping a note so that people know a good amount of work on this has been done in qemu-litex

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CarlFK commented Feb 16, 2018

mithro (IRC): some basic stuff can now be done without FPGA hardware.

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