joerg.straube at iaeth.ch
Sun Oct 13 09:04:04 CEST 2019
First let me ask, where / on what machine do you want to build the Oberon system?
If you look at the third parameter "D:/Verilog/RISC5/prom.mem" it seems that Oberon (and hence the command ORX.WriteFiles) runs on a Windows/DOS-based system. As example: I use a Mac as building machine and use the Windows machine (=Boot Camp on MacBook) only to program the FPGA. So my command looks a little different...
Here is one possible implementation of „ORX“; the module is called „Boot“ though. You have to use Boot.WriteFile with the correct file names in your environment:
> Am 13.10.2019 um 02:26 schrieb Skulski, Wojciech <skulski at pas.rochester.edu>:
> I started my tour over the Oberon System. At this point I am going over NW distribution and writing my own documentation, comments, and observations. Some of these are surprising. Anyway, in the BootLoad.Mod.txt I stumbled across the following command
> ORX.WriteFile BootLoad.rsc 512 "D:/Verilog/RISC5/prom.mem"~
> A quick search over interned did not locate the sources for ORX.Mod. Does anyone have the source?
> Thank you,
> Oberon at lists.inf.ethz.ch mailing list for ETH Oberon and related systems
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