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    My first SpecC alterations

  • Posted a comment on discussion Programmers Wanted on SourceForge Support

    I am exactly trying to make an OS kernel in SpecC |->. I have a (somewhat) out-of-date list of milestones for the first beta release (0.1) on the SF.net bugtracker for the project. And the project is currently simulation-on-POSIX using GHDL and SpecC only.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Programmers Wanted on SourceForge Support

    Most of the existing VHDL code is procedural and not the "wierd" type of code, since the project is in an early stage. Since VHDL is based on an old version of the Ada language, which is procedural, you should be able to quickly learn to make analogies of C. Also, since everything is currelty running in a software-only simulator and not working yet on FPGA/CPLD style programmable hardware, you won't have to learn that end of things yet either. Finally, you can always ask a question on the mailing...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Programmers Wanted on SourceForge Support

    Hi all, I am looking for developers for Controlix, a (currently alpha status) operating system project. The project is written in (currently) VHDL and (moving forward) SpecC. You can find the SpecC homepage on Google, and there are VHDL tutorials all over the place if you want to work on porting the (minimal) VHDL code from the prealpha release to SpecC. This is one of the best research os projects to work on, if I do say so myself. Head on over to the tSF.net Controlix page and read the FAQ for...

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