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  • 22 Oct 2017 » Announcing Architecture Revision 1.2
    (Stafford Horne) We are pleased to announce that a new OpenRISC architecture specification revision 1.2 has been released. This release formalizes a few items which have already been implemented into our toolchains and Linux as well as describes the multicore OpenRISC architecture. See the full details on the release page. Update on..... more
  • 18 Feb 2017 » GCC Release and Binaries: 5.4.0
    (Stafford Horne) We have released an updated version of the gcc 5.4.0 toolchain with x86_64 binaries for easy consumption. The new version, tagged or1k-5.4.0-20170218 is available on our github release page. There are 3 different binaries to choose from: newlib - this is the baremetal toolchain good for running c code directly..... more
  • 20 Mar 2016 » Newlib Release: 2.3.0-1
    (Stefan Wallentowitz) We have released an updated version of the baremetal toolchain with the newlib C library. The release is based on the newlib 2.3.0 release and contains a few backport patches for or1k bugfixes since then. We have released full toolchains with the following versions: Binutils 2.26 Newlib 2.3.0 plus or1k..... more
  • 15 Mar 2016 » Mailing list has moved
    (Stefan Wallentowitz) As the previous mailing list at opencores.org is not fully maintained anymore, we have created a new one under the umbrella of the community project librecores.org. By having this mailing list under control of the active maintainers of the OpenRISC project we hope to give it much more stability. Please..... more
  • 01 Feb 2015 » Newlib upstream new
    (Stefan Wallentowitz) The newlib port for baremetal applications is now entirely upstream. That means, you can now build libgloss and the newlib libc from the official repositories. Unfortunately we missed the deadline for the 2.20 release by just a few files, but the newlib community recently changed to sub-releases, so that the..... more
  • 15 Oct 2014 » ORCONF 2014 - a great success
    (Stefan Wallentowitz) The OpenRISC Conference 2014 was held in Munich on the weekend of October 11 and 12, 2014. 36 participants visited the conference which covered some very interesting topics again. It was a great thing that the RISC-V guys made it over and we had a great insight to their ISA..... more
  • 14 Oct 2014 » New OpenRISC landing page
    (Stefan Wallentowitz) For newcomers, but also for active members in the community, it was quite hard lately to find information around the internet. The opencores website and wiki look less and less appealing and need some serious work to provide the updated information. Other information, such as the Linux port or new..... more