@ekaitz_zarraga @Shamar nMigen seems mature enough to be used on real-world silicon in large physics laboratories, which is where most of its maintainers work currently. That gives me the confidence to give nMigen (and its predecessor Migen) a whirl.


@ekaitz_zarraga @Shamar In terms of being difficult, I'd say the bulk of the difficulty comes from having to keep a perfect accounting of all the small details of concurrently operations in mind at once. Any *individual* piece on its own is usually pretty simple to write (though not necessarily easy to get in a state which passes formal verification). :)

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