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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Boa + SSL hanging after certificate download
That's not at all "cheating"--climbing up the levels of abstraction is how
the entire engineering community achieves continued productivity gains.
Whether Handel-C is the right answer moving forward is a different
Quoting Jonathan Jung <jwjung@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
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> Hi Ivan,
> I may have run across a paper from your project previously... I do
> remember the something about downloading the cores from the network.
> Very interesting indeed! I'm an undergrad working on this for my
> senior project.
> I'm actually 'cheating' a little by using Handel-C for this project
> to create the hardware blocks. I'll find out how many co-processors
> cores into my FPGA to support different ciphers (starting with AES),
> but I didn't plan to implement a self reconfiguring system (though I
> could work on that, time allowing).
> At the time you completed your project, were you using John William's
> FSL driver, or your own? What was the clock speed of your AES co-
> processor? How does the FPGA reconfigure itself on the fly (does the
> microblaze continue to run, or does it halt)?
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> Jonathan Jung
> My public key is available on http://www.keyserver.net/en/
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