Browsing All posts tagged under »myhdl«

PyPy as a faster alternative for Python

June 7, 2011

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It came to my attention today that there’s an alternative interpreter for the Python language which is faster and often viable: it’s called PyPy and uses Just-In-Time compilation to execute Python code. Just-In-Time compilation is a technique that is used successfully in many projects: the .NET Framework, Java, QEMU, … and it has also been […]

MyHDL on Ubuntu Lucid

June 2, 2010

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MyHDL is a Hardware Description Language based on Python. Last year I packaged it for Ubuntu Karmic Koala (here the blog post) and put it on my Launchpad Personal Package Archive (PPA) in order to be installed by everyone. Today I ported MyHDL 0.6 to Ubuntu Lucid Lynx; to install it, run from the command […]

MyHDL on Ubuntu

February 23, 2010

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The MyHDL Python modules can now be installed on Ubuntu using a convenient Launchpad PPA repository.

Languages for hardware development

January 14, 2010

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A subjective view on some hardware description languages.