I'm not sure if this is a stupid question or not, but I'm wondering if anyone makes a bare microprocessor with the M0(+) core?
I want to build a 'toy' computer along the lines of the various 8-bit breadboard computer projects around, but I want to try and use 'modern' components but have discrete RAM, ROM, I/O etc.
Does anyone actually make such a device?
You mean like a 6502? I think you can do so using Xilinx FPGA + CM0+
Yeah, like a 6502. I'm also trying very hard to steer clear of FPGA (mostly because it's completely alien to me, but also because I want to do it without 'magic code' if I can)
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