Originally Posted by grond
Design goal is to have hardware support for all 68k instructions from 68000 to 68060. Apollo will be more compatible than any 68k before.
That's a good long term goal, but the first step is to make it perfectly emulate one or more specific revisions of one or more specific CPUs. Even the timings need to be 100% accurate. If software can detect that it isn't running on a real CPU, then nobody will take the FPGA core seriously.
Once this is done, only then will you have the information you need to make it "more compatible," if that's even possible. So plan your strategy carefully!