#milkymist IRC log for Monday, 2012-12-17

GitHub37[lm32] mwalle created master (+43 new commits): https://github.com/mwalle/lm32/compare/d1a411bf17c3^...35f844ba147500:02
GitHub37lm32/master d1a411b lekernel: initial commit...00:02
GitHub37lm32/master 3593788 lekernel: make the interrupts active high...00:02
GitHub37lm32/master 142343d lekernel: upgrade to LM32 v3.5...00:02
mwallehere we go :)00:02
mwallelekernel__: would be cool, if this could be hosted under github.com/milkymist/00:03
lekernel__Git law #3: Every positive initial feeling toward submodules has an equal and opposite second feeling.09:59
lekernel__but I can give it a try.10:00
lekernel__mwalle: I have modded lm32 in ng to have level sensitive interrupts... guess we should make that a configurable option10:00
lekernel__mwalle: https://github.com/milkymist/lm32 - you should have write access10:03
mwallelekernel__: looking at your patch in -ng, is there a reason why you delay ip for one cycle17:58
mwalle?17:59
mwallelekernel__: and you could enable the notifications, this time i can't do this ;)18:38
lekernel__mwalle: added notifications22:20
lekernel__mwalle: registering things when you can may help with timing, but not sure if it's really necessary here22:20
GitHub190[lm32] none pushed 3 new commits to master: http://git.io/q9joSA22:20
GitHub190lm32/master 8945e79 Michael Walle: fix typos in interrupt_unit.v...22:20
GitHub190lm32/master 6d2b5b9 Michael Walle: add config option for level-sensitive interrupts...22:20
GitHub190lm32/master ca5679d Michael Walle: add README...22:20
mwallelekernel__: can i push the commit which removes the lm32 sources in milkymist and import it as a submodule?22:24
lekernel__yes22:28
GitHub146[milkymist] mwalle pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist/commit/73d07fb73f9bc7eb945e0e23ee8851c98b0f17e322:31
GitHub146milkymist/master 73d07fb Michael Walle: lm32: move into submodule...22:31
lekernel__thanks!22:33
mwallelekernel__: for milkymist-ng you could try it yourself (: lm32_config.v should be somewhere outside the path and if you imported the submodule in verilog/lm32 the path would be changed to verilog/lm32/rtl, dunno :)22:36
GitHub61[milkymist] sbourdeauducq pushed 1 new commit to master: https://github.com/milkymist/milkymist/commit/5cec7ea9ce73f97b0b5cdf139b0d0822e2bb84df22:36
GitHub61milkymist/master 5cec7ea Sebastien Bourdeauducq: remove LICENSE.LATTICE (now into lm32 submodule)22:36
lekernel__what's the mmu status btw?22:42
mwalleseems to work :)22:44
mwallemaybe someone comes up with a linux port and then we can hunt bugs ;)22:45
lekernel__great :)22:45
lekernel__load/stores still take 2 cycles?22:45
mwalleyep22:45
mwallebut thats the next step22:46
mwallemaybe cleanup the test/ a little bit22:46
mwallebtw i'm wondering under what license the BSCAN_SPARTAN6.v and such primitives are22:47
mwallei forgot my xilinx pass *g*22:48
lekernel__linux? let's run openbsd! ;)22:48
lekernel__oh no, even better: ÆrieBSD22:48
mwallewhatsoever :)22:48
mwallejust something that actually uses the TLBs22:48
lekernel__maybe ping http://mickey.lucifier.net/ :)22:49
mwallepcc?22:49
mwalledoes it have lm32 support?22:50
lekernel__no, but afaik mickey already ported bsd to several cpus and expressed some interest in mm/lm32 at some point22:51
mwallenice :)22:55
mwallenext on my todo list: some kind of jtag test suite, import wesleys jtag patches, import gdbstub/monitor sources, tinker with DTLB exceptions22:57
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