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Guys i used to use this excellent software when it was by INTEL .. later INTEL sold the programable logic division to ALTERA and i thought i was the only user left ( because i still have plenty of old intel PLDs) but to my surprise this EXCELLENT program now supports all GALs and some EPLD from ALTERA .. the sintax of pldshell is the same as PALASM
Hi Breno, pldshell was not really a free tool. I believe Intel owned it at one time. Several IC vendors used to give away modified copies, if you bought their parts. The PalASM result may be correct. Remember that this is the optimized version in Sum of Products form. The equations may not make sense, but the logic may be right. Do
Here is V5.0 Maybe it works for you.
I recommend you the links here: Simple GAL Programmer - Programmateur simple de GAL -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLD design software If you want to write small programs in VHDL for some old type PAL's, you can use PALASM. It's a old
Can anyone point me towards a disassembler for the Altera ep320 jed file? I've tried Altera they no longer keep their obsolete software pldshell PLUS or jed2equ. Ive converted the file to a GAL18v10 jed and a peel18CV8Z jed file. So disassemblers for these would be ok as well. Cheers.
I would like to convert EP320.jed or GAL18v10.jed to eqn. What program can I do? Pal2gal or pldshell do not support these devices. And whether it is possible to convert these IC to GAL22V10 despite other pins? How to do it? And if anyone would be able to do that for me? Greetings and Thanks.
yeh i understood but in programmer we will get only binary digits na, how can we get equations or logic of code from the programmmer If you happen to be working with an Altera part, the following software might help...but it is from 1994 and talks about DOS and extended memory, things I've long since care