I suppose in your software for sophisticated CPLD design no button like "SOLVE IT FOR ME" and "MAKE ME FEEL GOOD" otherwise you could know, what binary tree is and why Rockman's placed exactly the way in the dump.kyuusaku wrote:Oh, please Mr. De Morgan, bestow your wisdom upon this thread I eagerly await your masterful unrelated design I'm preparing to marvel at your progress since this thread only 7 months ago80sFREAK wrote:EPIC try harder Picture, you posted above for FARID, is for you now One more try and i will tell you, how chinese mapper working.
Guilty! What a huge cost for UOROM mode, I know you can do it more efficiently Since you've been holding back your implementation of the Chinese mapper so long it must be really brilliant, stop teasing already! What was I thinking using 2 full chips for a MMC3-only design?!?80sFREAK wrote:No matter how, just works
PS: Man, I really wasted my time in this thread since many of my suggestions went on to receive concurrence from you days or months later Next time you should just post ahead of me so people get it right from the source I can't even articulate the service you're doing this thread, it's people like you make the internet great! I had to add this since sometimes praises from your parents just aren't enough
Sorry, it took some time, but it's just a hobby for me.
2 jpx72 noone going to kill each other, but someone might commit suicide and i don't take any responsibility for that.
2 FARID original mapper 6-in-1 using 3 registers cleared on power-up and binary tree, that's why Rockmans placed exactly the way. On the custom chip it could be more effective - halfs of '157 wasted. That's why i told "i wish '157 have no strobe, but consist of two halfs".
Since problem solved, i don't think i will be back on nesdev soon. Good luck with your CPLD's and emulators.