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ARM Cortex-M1

Posted by paul calvert on August 24, 2010
Do the existing ARM ports work with ARM Cortex-M1 cores? (I'll be putting in as a soft-core in Actel FPGA)?

RE: ARM Cortex-M1

Posted by Richard on August 24, 2010
I have just replied to your personal email - but for the sake of others reading this post - there is not yet either an official or unofficial port for the M1. An official port would be a long way off unless there was a customer for it.


RE: ARM Cortex-M1

Posted by paul calvert on August 24, 2010
Thank you.

RE: ARM Cortex-M1

Posted by Ken Pettit on September 25, 2010
I actually have a Cortex-M1 port running on an Actel FPGA development board using the soft-core. I had hoped to post the port a couple of months ago, but then things got busy. If you are still interested, I could work on getting the port posted.


RE: ARM Cortex-M1

Posted by Richard on September 25, 2010
Yes - please do. There is an Actel forum already so you can post at will:



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