Retro-CPU.run is about old things. More precisely, it is about things with a CPU inside, and usually aged 20 years or more.
For discussion about all retro things, plus FPGA, VHDL and projects on this wiki and other places, go to
- MSXPi is now an opensource project. All sources available on github: https://github.com/costarc/MSXPi
- MSXPi v0.7, Developers Kit is out. We have already several registered developers in Brazil, Europe, North America. Main picture above show both versions, without the integrated Pi Zero, which can be used along with any Raspberry, and the fully integrated version with Pi Zero attached.
- MSXPi is coming. Regular updates posted to https://www.facebook.com/groups/retrocpu/
- The Z80SoC has been used for some people worldwide, for learning and study. Here is a link to a bachelor's degree thesis (in german) where the system was studied and expanded: http://docplayer.org/9320461-Eine-tracing-faehige-z80-system-on-a-chip-implementierung.html
- Developing the BIOS in assembly for the Z80SoC in now available in [English] and [Portuguese]. This part of the course show how to access the hardware using instructions in assembly, and will contribute to a better understanding of how software and hardware interact.
- Eagle Tutorials (EN)
- MSXPi Specs, docs and videos (PT) (En)
- Designing a Full Computer in a FPGA, From Hardware to Software (En) (PT)
- Raspberry PI and FPGA serial data transfer (En)
- Prototyping on the MSX with CPLD (En)
- Using WinUAE Emulator to Install Workbench on a Real Amiga (EN)