I'm desperately searching for the License of the Cortex M1 from ARM's DesignStartFPGA because I'm working on a project which will be made public via GIT and it will contain the Cortex M1 IP.
I know that "cost-free" and "no license fee" and "royalty free" doesn't mean I can do with the IP whatever I want so I wanted to have a look into the Cortex M1 IP license to figure out if "redistributing" is allowed or not.
But there is no license - at least I couldn't find one.
Please help me!
Thanks for post. The Cortex-M1 license is an instant click-through End User License Agreement (EULA), which is part of the registration process. May I ask whether you have already registered for the program? If you have, then the EULA explicitly mentions that redistribution of the 'deliverable or any derivatives thereof' is not allowed. If you have registered and need a copy of the EULA, then please share your contact email, I will send the EULA to you.
Thank you for your reply! I downloaded the core weeks ago and forgot the EULA which is only showed one single time and then never again. But it showed up before downloading another core - for instance the M3. I think the EULA is too restrictive because even the Example project for the Arty S7 may not be distributed in original or modified form. Is everyone supposed to reclick the project together in Vivado in order to be allowed to include it in a github repository? That's quite irritating. Is it really this restrictive? Kind regard, Thomas P