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Old 11 August 2013, 19:14   #41
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^ This
If it ever sees the light of day in some form - good for us all.
If it doesn't - well no one gave any money upfront so no harm done.

I am, of course, rooting for option one
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Old 03 December 2014, 09:26   #42
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So, is it dead or not?
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Old 03 December 2014, 14:21   #43
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It's on life support...read the Natami forum.
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Old 03 December 2014, 16:52   #44
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It's like the fpga replay.
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Old 08 December 2014, 12:28   #45
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Can't get www.natami.net pages to load. Is it just me or what has happened?
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Old 08 December 2014, 15:42   #46
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Here is some new info about the fpgaarcade
http://www.fpgaarcade.com/punbb/view...pid=4078#p4078




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A brief note to explain why I've been a little quiet here. There is a lot going on at the moment.
1 - testing! Finally I have my office/workshop set up again after two years of temporary housing. I've got about 50 boards out of storage and running through the test program. Aim is to catch up with some of the shipping backlog.
2 - Amiga CPU cache debug. Still some minor issues with high-performance mode which I am working on. I've fixed some other CPU issues, but I am waiting to get my 68EC020 mounted to finish the verification. Speaking of which ...
3 - The Amiga AGA harasser board. This is in design now, and contains the AGA chipset and CPU on a daughterboard, with lots of instrumentation on interesting pins. With this, I can run the original chipset with a real CPU, or any combination with the FPGA copies. This will let me fine tune the timing and catch any other anomalies. With the exception of a blitter/memory bug, the AGA softcore is relatively stable at the moment.
4 - As part of (3) I've updated my CAD system and got the 68060 daughter board back on track. I'll try and get schematics of this posted shortly for comment before we fab it out.
5 - I've added a file repository to the main website as a public copy of the SVN server for non-devs. Some more work to be done, and we need to clarify what cores are ready to go public with the authors, but it will happen soon.
6 - Still playing with my SID core and die probing.
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Old 12 December 2014, 04:08   #47
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Natami.net down again.

But will it stay down...
It would be nice to think that it would finally get that mooted revamp, for thomas's new natami but i truly think that ship has sailed...
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Old 12 December 2014, 20:03   #48
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Man... enough with this stupid vapourware garbage...

Haven't 20 yers of this crap been enough.

There should be a forum section where vapourware\trash gets sent to. Maybe dump it on offtopic since it doesn't show on "Todays Threads".

I'd rather bump into boner pill commercial spam threads than this.
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Old 13 December 2014, 16:35   #49
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Man... enough with this stupid vapourware garbage...

Haven't 20 yers of this crap been enough.

There should be a forum section where vapourware\trash gets sent to. Maybe dump it on offtopic since it doesn't show on "Todays Threads".

I'd rather bump into boner pill commercial spam threads than this.

Not sure if project "motivator" or "demotivator", either way, well written. Only Amiga makes it possible, got to love these bizarre traditions...

When will the NatAmi be released?
When it's done.

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Old 13 December 2014, 19:47   #50
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http://www.fpgaarcade.com/

You can already buy an FPGA based AGA machine
No you can't. I have been on the waiting list for purchase and haven't received yet the notification on the board being available.
Last time i checked, mike assured me i was on the list.
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No you can't. I have been on the waiting list for purchase and haven't received yet the notification on the board being available.
Last time i checked, mike assured me i was on the list.
There's an experimental AGA core for the MIST now, though. (Having seen the problems that befell the other projects, I'm amazed how rapidly and successfully the MIST came to market.)
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Old 13 December 2014, 20:11   #52
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Maybe because it stands on shoulders of Giants?
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Old 13 December 2014, 22:17   #53
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Didn't knew about the mist, and it has a msx core!!!. Will take a deeper look.
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Old 14 December 2014, 01:42   #54
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Didn't knew about the mist, and it has a msx core!!!. Will take a deeper look.
Yup, the OneChipMSX core and Torlus's PCEngine core are both very interesting. (I ported both cores to the MIST and to the Chameleon64)
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Old 17 December 2014, 22:21   #55
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Is a msx core available also for the chameleon64?. Interesting christmas ahead
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Is a msx core available also for the chameleon64?. Interesting christmas ahead
Yes, it is - Chameleon builds of both the PC Engine and OneChipMSX core can (usually - my hosting provider seems to be down right now!) be found at retroramblings.net.
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