Discussed here ... viewtopic.php?t=239812jahboater wrote: ↑Fri May 10, 2019 8:51 amHave you seen this?
https://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/ ... g-2019-05/
Yes, it's been underdicussion in the "For Sale" department since a few days back. Looks wonderful.Have you seen this?
This Grove RISC-V AI HAT is similar to what I had been hoping RPF/LowRISC would bring out when the RPF joined the RISC-V consortium - but this has a lot more than the "RISC-V chip on a HAT" I was imagining.
I had the same thoughts here. On both counts.This Grove RISC-V AI HAT is similar to what I had been hoping RPF/LowRISC would bring out when the RPF joined the RISC-V consortium - but this has a lot more than the "RISC-V chip on a HAT" I was imagining.
My only RISC V experiments have been with Clifford Wolf's picorv32 core in Verilog for FPGA here:Just need to find time to read-up on it, investigate its software, and see how usable it is for native RISC-V development and experimentation.
I have a RISC-V toolchain set-up, though I would have to check exactly what since that got side-lined for a while, plus my own tools. I suspect it needs a refresh anyway as this is 64-bit and I have so far only focused on 32-bit.
No surprise. One should see how much India has invested. As I believe I mentioned earlier in this thread; it's a golden opportunity for countries to liberate themselves from technological reliance and dependency on the west and all which comes with that. We in the west rarely appreciate how strong the desire for that is.
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GDB 8.3 includes the following changes and enhancements: * Support for new native configurations (also available as a target configuration): - RISC-V GNU/Linux (riscv*-*-linux*) - RISC-V FreeBSD (riscv*-*-freebsd*)