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Started by doragasu, 23:33, 14 January 17
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Quote from: doragasu on 18:21, 12 December 204MHz have never used (as far as I know) my cart. The only people that are working with it are Augusto Ruíz and Rhino from Batman Group (but there is a lot of time since I talked to him, so I do not know how development is going).
Quote from: roudoudou on 18:41, 12 December 20that's some serious news!
Quote from: doragasu on 19:08, 12 December 20Well, I do not know if they will use my cart though. I think Augusto most likely will, but about Rhino, I am not that sure.
Quote from: Bryce on 09:32, 14 December 20I have all the equipment to build these. If there is enough interest I could run a small batch.Bryce.
Quote from: doragasu on 17:48, 12 December 20And finally added the programming guide, explaining how CPC developers can program the thing. Read it here:https://gitlab.com/doragasu/romba/-/blob/master/PROGRAMMING.md
Quote from: doragasu on 16:42, 27 December 20The good news is that ROMBA has reached version 1.0. I have implemented a new register (CONF) with the bits needed to be able to write to the flash chip from the CPC itself.
Quote from: roudoudou on 18:01, 27 December 20Ok for spartan 3 ans more fonctions likeDma2 more AY1 sid chip
Quote from: doragasu on 16:42, 27 December 20The bad news is that today I checked the CPLD at Digikey (LAMXO256C or the compatible LCMXO256C) and they have raised the price from near 2 Eur to 7 Eur.
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