[Oberon] Project Oberon on current 'off-the-shelf' hardware

Pablo Cayuela pablo.cayuela at gmail.com
Tue May 25 21:50:29 CEST 2021

I have the Nexys 4 with Cell RAM, not the DDR version that was renamed A7;
all 3 has the same FPGA, but the one I have did not have the same pin
assignment for peripherals on the constraint file.
I'm working in order to remap the Verilog original files from you to my
If you have any suggestions I'll check here on the list or in some days I
will try the forum.

Thank you Chris for your great effort porting Oberon to these new boards.

Prof Pablo Cayuela

El mar., 25 de mayo de 2021 01:39, Chris Burrows <cfbsoftware at gmail.com>

> To help new users get started with RISC5 hardware we have made
> available, free of charge, a Micro SD card disk image and an FPGA
> bitstream file to run the Project Oberon Workstation 'out-of-the-box'
> on either of Digilent's latest Artix 7-100T FPGA development boards.
> These and the associated Pmod modules can be purchased from a number
> of Digilent's distributors (e.g. Mouser).
> This release is based on the latest official Project Oberon
> Workstation sources (March 2020) and RISC5 Verilog sources (September
> 2018) downloaded from Prof Wirth's website.
> The entire source code of the system, including the compiler, is
> included on the disk image.
> Go to https://www.astrobe.com/RISC5/Workstation.htm for more details
> including photos of the boards, and to request a copy of the system.
> Regards,
> Chris Burrows
> CFB Software
> https://www.astrobe.com
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