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Re: Criticisms against Octave

From: CdeMills
Subject: Re: Criticisms against Octave
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2012 13:36:45 -0800 (PST)

Chipmuenk wrote
> - I do know that there is and will be no "Octa-Link" (which is not a great
> loss IMHO) but I also don't think that it is absolutely necessary for FPGA
> DSP design. A combination of some high level DSP (using Octave) and freely
> (although not open source) available software and design blocks by the
> FPGA vendors combined with some stimulus generation and postprocessing
> (Octave once more) should do the job, at least I've done similar things in
> an industrial environment a few years ago.

AFAIK, FPGA design tools are only available from FPGA vendors, there's no
open source version. Wouldn't the maintenance of such setup be complicated ?
I guess each new release would introduce some changes in the interfaces that
we, with limited time and ressources, would have to rush to adapt ?



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