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My OSS friendly CPU project

Discussion in 'Linux Hardware' started by goran dakov, Aug 12, 2015.

  1. goran dakov

    goran dakov Guest

    I am currently making a Computer Processor in verilog language. It will feature Open Source firmware and have a translator to x86_64. It will be very wide, with 9 instructions executed at the same time, and with out-of-order execution. Check out the Kickstarter campaign: Just type in "heptane" at the kickstarter website.

    I'm posting this since your forum doesn't seem to have rules against it :)
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  2. goran dakov

    goran dakov Guest

    I've already began a GCC port and gnu binutils port. Basic instructions are ready in GCC, but i havent yet figured out how to delete instructions from the .md file. When I delete e.g. shld/shrd i get compilation errors.

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