More ETH Lilith goodies available.

bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Sun Aug 10 18:46:44 CDT 2008


Jos Dreesen / Marian Capel wrote:
I re-posted your message to fpga-cpu as the talk was about
stack machines.
> Those with an interest in the ETH Lilith Modula-2 should point their 
> FTP clients to
> ftp://jdreesen.dyndns.org/ftp/lilith
>
 From fpga-cpu
 
rtstofer wrote:
 >> Even with out front panels, here is some food for thought
 >> for a nice machine that is begging to be re-implimented again
 >> in hardware.
 >>
 >> -------------------
 >> Those with an interest in the ETH Lilith Modula-2 should point
 > their FTP
 >> clients to
 >> ftp://jdreesen.dyndns.org/ftp/lilith
 >>
 >> where they will find plenty of data concerning that machine.
 >>
 >> Most important is a binary image of the Lilith Systemdisk, and a
 >> directory containing all files ( more then 700..) of that
 > systemdisk.
 >> Among these files are :
 >>
 >> Medos binaries and source code.
 >> Modula-2 compiler binaries with source code.
 >> Lilith system utilities with source code.
 >> Bootfiles and system files.
 >> Microcode sources and assembler
 >> Manual
 >>
 >>
 >> Also available are hardware docu and some screenshots.
 >>
 >>         Enjoy ,
 >>
 >>              Jos Dreesen
 >>
 >> Server is on a basic DSL line, so download speeds will vary....
 >> ---------------
 >>
 >
 > I have always been a huge fan of Niklaus Wirth and I have attempted
 > to build a similar processor for the P4 P-Code.  I really liked using
 > UCSD Pascal in the early days until the licenses were revoked. 
 > Bummer...
 >
 > The Lilith project is VERY interesting.  It will be quite easy to
 > increase the speed by an order of magnitude.  The 64 bit memory will
 > be an issue when using FPGA development boards.  I'll have to look
 > into that.
 >
 > I have been banging your DSL all morning downloading everything in
 > sight.
 >
 > The only retro projects I am excited about are those with complete
 > software.
 >
 > I'm going to be looking very hard at this project.
 >
 > Richard
 >
 >
 >
 >




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