- Getting Started
- Contact Us
- Project Information
- Contributing to NengoFPGA
- NengoFPGA license
This documentation is for a development version. Click here for the latest stable release (v0.2.2).
Added PC-running instruction clarification in getting started guide. (#69)
Added information about PYNQ-Z2 support to documentation. (#71)
Changed remote-script to pip install nengo-bones from git. (#67)
0.2.2 (May 7, 2020)¶
Setup Nengo Bones and remote CI. (#41)
Added notebook examples featuring oscillators. (#46)
Added spiking to oscillator notebook examples. (#49)
Add test suite. (#55)
Added More detail to remote termination signals. (#61)
Compatibility changes for Nengo 3.0.0. (#44)
Minor changes to oscillator notebooks. (#47)
Minor changes to getting-started documentation. (#50)
Improved socket communication for better performance. (#52)
Throw an error with invalid config in ID script. (#53)
Update deprecated SafeConfigParser. (#57)
Remove unused seed from network builder. (#58)
Make all variable names lowercase. (#59)
Switch to remote doc script that tracks nengo-bones. (#60)
Switch to abrgl for CI scripts. (#62)
0.2.1 (September 17, 2019)¶
0.2.0 (August 27, 2019)¶
Added script to read device DNA from FPGA board. (#11)
Add PR template, contributors, and update license. (#12)
Quickstart guide. (#21)
Notebook examples and example descriptions. (#23)
Add firewall tip to docs. (#24)
Add license to docs. (#25)
Add purchase link to docs. (#29)
Add example setting encoders/decoders. (#30)
Add model size bounds to docs. (#31)
Rename “DNA” to “ID” everywhere. (#20)
Docs audit for consistency. (#22)
Receiving a UDP packet with a negative timestep will now cause the Nengo simulation to terminate with an exception. (#26)
Now throwing an exception on unsupported neuron type. (#26)
Rework usage page in docs. (#27)
Update the docs theme. (#32)
0.1.0 (December 19, 2018)¶
Initial release of NengoFPGA!
Contributing to NengoFPGA¶
Issues and pull requests are always welcome! We appreciate help from the community to make NengoFPGA better.
If you find a bug in NengoFPGA, or think that a certain feature is missing, please consider filing an issue! Please search the currently open issues first to see if your bug or feature request already exists. If so, feel free to add a comment to the issue so that we know that multiple people are affected.
Making pull requests¶
If you want to fix a bug or add a feature to NengoFPGA, we welcome pull requests. Ensure that you fill out all sections of the pull request template, deleting the comments as you go. We check most aspects of code style automatically. Please refer to our code style guide for things that we check manually.
We require that all contributions be covered under our contributor assignment agreement. Please see the agreement for instructions on how to sign.
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NengoFPGA is made available under a proprietary license that permits using, copying, sharing, and making derivative works from NengoFPGA and its source code for any non-commercial purpose, as long as the above copyright notice and this permission notice are included in all copies or substantial portions of the software.
If you would like to use NengoFPGA commercially, licenses can be purchased from Applied Brain Research. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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This license pertains only to the NengoFPGA interface software. License information for the supported hardware implementations can be found at their respective license pages:
NengoFPGA imports or vendorizes several open source libraries.