OpTiMSoC comes with several pieces of documents for the individual parts of the system. Most documentation is part of the OpTiMSoC source tree.
To get started with OpTiMSoC, have a look at the User Guide. It contains installation instructions for all tools and tutorials to get you up to speed quickly.
|OpTiMSoC Version||User Guide||Reference Manual||API Documentation|
|master (latest development)||online||online||online|
|2018.1 (latest release)||online||online||online|
We regularly present OpTiMSoC and its current status at various conferences and meetings. If you are looking for a quick introduction and like watching videos and slides more than reading documentation, you might want to have a look at one of our talks, some of which were recorded.
All talks are obviously a snapshot of the project state at the time of presentation, so be aware that some information might have changed in the meantime.
ORCONF 2014 (October 4th 2014): A update to the ORCONF 2013 talk, also including more details about the debug system. A video recording and slides are available, see the blog post for details.
FOSDEM 2014 (February 2nd 2014): A general introduction to OpTiMSoC, slides and a rather high-quality video recording are available. See this blog post for all details.
ORCONF 2013 (October 5th 2013): A general introduction into OpTiMSoC with a focus on the OpenRISC processor cores. A video recording is available on YouTube, see the blog post for details.