What is your preferred platform for FPGA Design Flow ?

55% (2651 votes)
36% (1748 votes)
1% (57 votes)
2% (119 votes)
1% (61 votes)
No preference
4% (189 votes)
Total votes: 4825


February 20, 2011 - 10:41am

What about Mac?

At Sigasi, we had a similar enquiry two years ago. Solaris and HPUX got nearly no votes. The Windows/Linux balance was about the same as we see in this poll. But to our great surprise, there were over 10% Mac users!

I have to add that the question was somewhere along the lines of: "What would be your favorite platform." Of couse nobody uses a Mac-only flow today because there are far to few tools ported to Mac.

FC guest (not verified)
December 19, 2009 - 12:57am

i donno why still use Windows

When Windows eat up all your system memory for its own graphics then how can you still use for FPGA.
And i never saw 64 bit stable windows where i can run memory intense and high end FPGA implementations.
check the comparisons of windows to linux processings before installing /using xilinx sofftware.

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