Looking at the source I think I wrote this back in 2001/2002 as learning project for Java. AddMan is a platform independent address manager written in Java. One of my first software projects ever. Gregor Zurowski and myself started it basically to learn Java and to overcome the multi platform dilemma. These were the days I ran 3 computers with Linux, Windows, MacOS and Solaris x86… and there was no cloud to synchronize.
My first IP-Core is a Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) Core with generics to configure the keylength (128, 192, or 256 Bits) an optional decryption datapath, also configurable with generics and an (optional) Altera Avalon-MM Slave Interface. I even wrote a documentation for this (WOW) I hope it is useful for you if you have any comments or bugreports, please let me know. The core can be synthesized and I have run it successfully on a Altera Cyclone II EP2C35 FPGA.
Since 2014 I have been pushing most of my projects to github. There is still a lot lying around on my harddisk and some private git instances. This page summarizes what I have written before. Mainly to preserve the content of my older blog sites.
Since 2014 I have been pushing most of my projects to github. There is still tons of code lying around on my harddisk, most of the stuff so badly named and documented I don’t even remember what it was good for and when I take a closer look I am embarrassed about the quality…. This page exists to preserve the content of my older blog sites, its all undergrad hacking: