1

(0 replies, posted in Amiga)

While I remember, I have some atx real panels suitable for the 060DB.
Ping me if you want one.
Cheers,
MikeJ

2

(0 replies, posted in News)

Seemed to be a stuck activation queue again, fixed it!
/MikeJ

3

(3 replies, posted in Amiga)

Hiya. You are getting the cores from the new release area, good.
I can't see the image you post sad
p.s. come join us on slack! https://www.fpgaarcade.com/kb/forum-and-chat-support/

Thanks!

5

(4 replies, posted in Amiga)

Potentially faster yes, although we have an option to slow things down.
I'll send you a slack link as well if you want to discuss interactively.
Cheers,
Mike

6

(33 replies, posted in News)

oops just saw this!
I'll email you.

7

(2 replies, posted in General discussion)

Replay2 will prototype this year. Preparing some announcements. It's very exciting but it's involved a lot of negotiations in the background.

8

(1 replies, posted in News)

Hi!
Forum is back up, more for archive than anything else.

You may find your username has been deleted as part of the hack cleanup, if so feel free to re-register.
/MikeJ

9

(1 replies, posted in General discussion)

yes it has - well it's archived. We've got you on slack now, but for everybody else we have a private git repos and are moving to public releases.
For now
https://github.com/FPGAArcade/replay_release

10

(100 replies, posted in Expansion cards)

oh crap you need to be on slack and have access to the git repository.
Moving public as fast as possible
You need to run a different core. Email me!

11

(33 replies, posted in News)

Ah, I missed these sorry. Email me!

12

(33 replies, posted in News)

Yes!

13

(22 replies, posted in Atari)

Daughterboard is done. You can join Slack and get the gossip.
Atari sadly not, got stalled but working on it.

14

(25 replies, posted in News)

Absolutely, a shipment is ready to go to Jim in the US. Most of the others have already gone. Will ship Thursday.

15

(17 replies, posted in Arcade)

Ah ok, thanks for the tip!

16

(17 replies, posted in Arcade)

No, I've got Gloide69's code which needs some attention. I'm trying to sort out everything and move to git, please bear with me while we do this!

17

(0 replies, posted in News)

Releases and cores moving to :
https://github.com/FPGAArcade

18

(0 replies, posted in Amiga)

I've put Ijor's excellent die extracted cycle accurate 68000 core into the Amiga.
It's in the dev svn under amiga_fx68k

Will be in releases shortly (on git)

19

(1 replies, posted in News)

The GIT move for the core libs has started.
I think everybody who is contributing has access to the internal GIT repos. If not...shout.

I'll start to move stuff into the public domain on github.
Cheers,
Mike

20

(5 replies, posted in C64)

Have you tried the CC64 core ...?

21

(5 replies, posted in C64)

I don't believe he has released all the sources - besides ours is pretty good!

22

(187 replies, posted in C64)

I've no idea actually, not my core this one. Can check.

Also the schematics and assembly drawings are available for the main and db in the \docs folder in svn

24

(3 replies, posted in News)

Super!

25

(3 replies, posted in News)

ok, finally got this fixed ( I hope).
If you wish to register, please do so!