[Coco] The Coco3FPGA - Bringing the Color Computer 3 into the new Millenium!
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Wed Feb 8 17:09:10 EST 2017
And, if it ain't there... then it certainly would be true that no one would
On Feb 8, 2017 5:06 PM, "Dave Philipsen" <dave at davebiz.com> wrote:
> As long as the extra add-on contraptions do not detract from the backward
> compatibility why does it really matter whether they are there or not? As
> far as the CoCo3FPGA goes there are probably a lot of people using it who
> don't even know what the "extra add-on contraptions" are. The only way you
> would know that it's not a "simple and elegant design" would be by looking
> at the Verilog source really.
> On 2/8/2017 3:15 PM, Nick Marentes wrote:
>> I've been suggesting this for ages.
>> Rogers NanoFPGA may be the best candidate for developing a custom stand
>> alone single board maybe?
>> The problem is that people can't stick to the basics and we start seeing
>> all these extra add-on contraptions which get little use, tacked on to what
>> should be a simple and elegant design.
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