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easyabel

I want to implement a BCD to 7-segment decoder (for LED display) in a GAL16V8. Can someone suggest a simple (& free) compiler and some reference code to do that easily

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abel gal

Hi, you want to hear some thing from Me :wink: :

I use an free version of easyABEL for DOS or Synario for Windows , they where shipped with an german Book "Schaltungstechnik mit GAL`s" .
Both are easy to use and in english language , if you are interested the whole CD is about 80~ Megs.

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abel software gal

For simple 'stuff' , I use WinCupl which is offered (FREE) from Atmel.
Works just fine for me.. Cupl is very similar to Abel..

www.atmel.com

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wincupl seven segment decoder

Hardcore, can you post the easyABEL program only. It should not be more than a few KB.
 

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easyabel.zip

Hi,

I programmed a GAL16LV8D from L@ttice a couple of years ago. I used ispDesignExpert which was not free but you could get a 50 day evaluation from their site. I downloaded the files, installed it, requested a license to L@ttice (based in your hard disk S.N.) and that was it. If you need it again you could just request another one in another PC and so on. It's a small part so you don't need a lot of time to code it and the tool was very straight forward.

I can't find this tool in their site, it seems that it's been remaned or something to ispLeverStarter.

I programmed it in ABEL (I would go for VHDL today :) )

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schaltungstechnik mit gals

Hi

Here is your BCD/7segment decoder in ABEL language (Abel Dos, Easy Abel dos, Synario.......)
 

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Re: abel.zip

Hi I'm sorry to open such a fossil of a thread but would anyone still have this abel software, I am re-inventing some ancient hardware that depends on this software and I'll be darned if I can find a valid link anywhere.

Can some one help me or I shall become somewhat permanently stalled.

Thanx
 

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Re: abel.zip

Hi I'm sorry to open such a fossil of a thread but would anyone still have this abel software, I am re-inventing some ancient hardware that depends on this software and I'll be darned if I can find a valid link anywhere.
Sometimes you can still find old resources with Ye Olde Wayback Machine.
 

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Re: abel.zip

Thanks for that , I gave it a shot but it didn't work. Any other suggestions?
General suggestion: get creative. for downloads, zips etc usually the first try is a nogo. But usually I manage to find the stuff I need. Which doesn't help you, but it's more of a suggestion that with google + wayback machine + some thinking you can find a whole lot of old stuff floating out there...
 

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