Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
That's because I don't talk about the project at all. There are other FPGA computers out there, and each of them lacks the one idea that I have put into Clone-A. The idea is simple, but very effective. Simple enough to be copied just from hearing it, but complicated enough to require lots of man-years to implement it properly.
Just this one thing: Clone-A is not dead.
My thought, HW that you plug on a real Amiga (or any digital computer chip?), you do this chip by chip , it analazye the chips and output Verilog or VHDL code. You through that code into a FPGA and it run like the original. In a word a cloning device hence the name.