I hope I have this weekend some time to go to FOSDEM. I am especially interested in the Embedded Developer Room (http://www.fosdem.org/2008/schedule/devroom/embedded)


Saturday 2008-02-23
Sat 14:15-15:00 Linux on the PS3 Olivier Grisel
Sat 15:00-16:00 Xen for Secure Isolation on ARM11 George Davis, Jean Pihet
Sat 16:00-17:00 Building blocks for Embedded Power Management Kevin Hilman
Sat 17:00-18:00 Modest, email client for embedded systems Dirk-Jan Binnema
Sunday 2008-02-24
Sun 09:00-10:00 Free software in Telecom focusing on Qtopia Knut Yrvyn
Sun 10:00-11:00 Controlling embedded devices with the Maemo internet tablet Kate Alhola
Sun 11:00-12:00 GNUStep on embedded devices Nikolaus Schaller
Sun 12:00-13:00 Tomoyo Linux for secure embedded (Linux) Toshiharu Harada
Sun 13:00-14:00 pjsip: lightweight portable SIP stack Perry Ismangil
Sun 14:00-15:00 Design a Linux robot companion with 8 bits microcontrollers David Bourgeois
Sun 15:00-16:00 Emdebian Update: Rootfs, GPE and tdebs Neil Williams
Sun 16:00-17:00 OpenWrt Florian Fainelli
Sun 17:00-17:45 UPnP: dead simple, or simply deadly ? Armijn Hemel

I think I will try to go on sunday the full day!!

I'm going to FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting

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Opendirectory of ACTEL animated presentations

The title says it all; check the following link:




 ARMChina/               19-Dec-2006 09:09      - 
ARMIntro/               30-Nov-2006 16:52      - 
ARMinFusion/            15-Dec-2006 11:11      - 
Coremp7/ 22-May-2007 11:36 - CortexWebcast/          22-May-2007 09:18      - 
FER_training/           30-Jul-2007 07:40      - 
FiveMinProc/            30-Mar-2007 11:17      - 
FusionChina/            19-Dec-2006 09:44      - 
FusionIntro/            20-Nov-2006 12:40      - 
IglooChina/             22-May-2007 10:05      - 
ProcessorFlow/          30-Mar-2007 11:23      - 
RAD_update/             31-Jul-2007 08:11      - 
SmartDesign/            20-Jun-2007 14:28      - 
TrueFlash/              22-May-2007 09:18      - 
actel_power/            27-Aug-2007 15:26      - 
automotive/             27-Aug-2007 15:35      - 
coreABC/                22-May-2007 09:23      - 
email_images/           30-Jul-2007 12:16      - 
fusion_architecture/    31-Jul-2007 08:15      - 
igloo_2006/             22-May-2007 11:34      - 
low_cost_system_mana..> 27-Aug-2007 15:24      - 
microtca_2006/          22-May-2007 11:33      - 
proasic_3/              31-Jul-2007 07:23      - 
q1_2007/                26-Apr-2007 18:32      - 
q2_2006/                28-Jul-2006 17:33      - 
q2_2007/                31-Jul-2007 05:42      - 
q3_2006/                30-Oct-2006 09:56      - 
q4_2006/                06-Feb-2007 11:10      - 
security-old/           26-Jan-2007 17:22      - 
security/               23-Feb-2007 10:56      - 
smartdesign_pt2/        27-Jul-2007 04:57      - 
space/                  30-Jul-2007 04:57      - 
sxa_customer/           31-Jul-2007 07:37      - 
technical_support/      31-Jul-2007 08:03      - 

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Design example for ACTEL fpga's with ARM Cortex-M1

Link: http://www.electronicstalk.com/news/ank/ank280.html


Synplicity and ARM have signed a joint marketing and collaboration agreement that includes a reference methodology for the recently launched ARM Cortex-M1 processor - the first ARM processor specifically designed for implementation on FPGAs.

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Actel and ARM Develop High-Performance 32-Bit Processor Optimized for FPGAs

Actel Offers New Cortex-M1 for Use in Flash-based M1 ProASIC3 and M1 Fusion Devices

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 19, 2007 — Disclosing further details of its industry-standard processor portfolio, Actel Corporation (NASDAQ: ACTL) today announced the availability of its implementation of the ARM® Cortex™-M1 processor, a small, high-performance, 32-bit soft core co-developed by the companies for optimal use in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Removing the license and royalty fees typically associated with licensing models for industry-leading processor cores, Actel offers free access to advanced ARM processor technology to the broad marketplace. The free delivery of the Cortex-M1 processor for use in Actel's flash-based, M1-enabled Actel Fusion and ProASIC3 FPGAs provides system designers programmable flexibility and system-level integration, enabling the development of low-cost, high-performance systems.

"With the significant increase in the use of FPGAs as flexible, cost-effective platforms for the rapid design of high-quality embedded systems, the introduction of an FPGA-optimized ARM processor enables us to serve the growing needs of companies who require highly programmable solutions," said John Cornish, vice president, marketing, Processors Division, ARM. "The unprecedented security benefits and advanced features offered by Actel's flash-based FPGAs make these devices an ideal vehicle for our high-performance processor technology."

Rich Brossart, vice president, product marketing at Actel, added, "Evidenced by the success of our soft ARM7™ family processor core, designers continue to show great interest in implementing industry-standard 32-bit processor technologies in FPGAs. With the addition of the FPGA-optimized ARM Cortex-M1 processor, free of license and royalty fees, to our broad processor portfolio, system designers can select the solution that best meets their design requirements regardless of application or volume."

Cortex-M1 Processor and Actel's M1-Enabled FPGAs

Derived from ARM's three-stage Cortex-M3 processor pipeline, the highly configurable Cortex-M1 processor operates at up to 72 MHz in Actel's M1-enabled Fusion Programmable System Chip (PSC) or ProASIC3 FPGAs. Providing a good balance between size and speed for embedded applications, the core is able to be implemented in as few as 4300 tiles, roughly 20 percent of an M1A3P1000 ProASIC3 device or 30 percent of a mixed-signal M1AFS600 Actel Fusion PSC. The Cortex-M1 processor solution also connects to the industry-standard AHB bus, allowing designers to build a subsystem and easily add peripheral functionality to the processor.

With the increasing costs of application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) design, designers can benefit from a Cortex-M1 processor-based implementation in an FPGA due to reduced design time and a lower cost of entry into system-on-chip design, particularly for lower volume applications. However, for designs that scale to ultra-high volumes, the 32-bit Cortex-M1 processor runs the industry-standard Thumb® instruction set and is upward compatible with the Cortex-M3 processor, providing an easy migration path to ASIC implementation.

Actel's flash-based FPGAs, the mixed-signal M1 Actel Fusion PSCs and low-cost M1 ProASIC3 devices, are virtually immune to tampering, assuring users that valuable IP will not be compromised or copied. The single-chip devices also provide the low power, firm-error immunity and live at power-up capabilities that are inherent to all Actel FPGAs.

Comprehensive Tool Support

The Cortex-M1 processor is supported by the comprehensive tools and knowledge that currently exists for the ARM architecture, far surpassing the level of support offered for proprietary processors. Actel will support the Cortex-M1 processor with its CoreConsole IP Deployment Platform, its SoftConsole program development environment, and Actel Libero Integrated Design Environment—all available for free download from Actel's Web site. Actel's implementation of the Cortex-M1 processor is fully supported by the ARM RealView® Development Suite and RealView Microcontroller Development Kit. Third-party vendors, such as Aldec, CriticalBlue, CodeSourcery, IAR, ImpulseC and Keil™, an ARM Company, will also support the new processor with a host of tools—from compilers and debuggers to RTOS support.

Pricing and Availability

Actel's implementation of the Cortex-M1 processor will be available for early access in April. The M1A3P1000 ProASIC3 device and M1AFS600 Fusion PSC device will sample in Q3 2007 with production quantities in Q4 2007. Pricing for the M1 devices starts at $3.95. For further information about pricing and availability, please contact Actel or visit the company's Web site at www.actel.com .

About Actel
Actel Corporation is the leader in single-chip FPGA solutions. The company is traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol ACTL and is headquartered at 2061 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, Calif., 94043-4655. For more information about Actel, visit www.actel.com. Telephone: 888-99-ACTEL (992-2835).

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ARM Extends Cortex Family With First Processor Optimized for FPGA

ARM Extends Cortex Family With First Processor Optimized for FPGA

The ARM Cortex-M1 processor enables OEMs to reduce development costs throughstandardization on a single architecture across FPGA, ASIC and ASSP

CAMBRIDGE, UK, March 19, 2007 — ARM [(LSE:ARM); (Nasdaq: ARMHY)] today announced the availability of the ARM® Cortex™-M1 processor – the first ARM processor designed specifically for implementation on FPGAs. The ARM Cortex-M1 processor extends the range of the ARM Cortex processor family and enables OEMs to standardize around a common architecture across the performance spectrum. Actel has worked with ARM as lead Partner and is the first licensee of the Cortex-M1 processor for use by their FPGA customers.

ARM and Actel will both be demonstrating the Cortex-M1 processor at the Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, Calif., April 2-5.

The Cortex-M1 processor enables OEMs to achieve significant cost savings through rationalization of software and tools investments across multiple projects spanning FPGA, ASIC and ASSP, plus greater vendor independence through use of an industry-standard processor. The Cortex-M1 processor is supported by leading FPGA synthesis vendors, software development tools, and real-time operating systems, giving FPGA designers unprecedented choice and flexibility.

"Gartner Dataquest maintains that FPGAs/PLDs have a very bright future," said Bryan Lewis, research vice president, Gartner Dataquest. "We expect solid growth (15.7 percent) to resume in 2008 and forecast the FPGA/PLD market to outperform semiconductors from 2008 onward."1
"The Cortex-M1 processor extends the reach of the ARM architecture in the FPGA domain, and advances our goal of providing processor solutions for the entire digital world," said Graham Budd, EVP and general manager, Processor Division, ARM. "By leveraging ARM's vast installed user base in the ASIC/ASSP and microcontroller markets, along with support from our own RealView® family of tools as well as product support from the ARM Connected Community, the Cortex-M1 processor will deliver significant savings to OEMs in terms of software development resources, tools, and training."

Actel has licensed the Cortex-M1 processor and will make it available at no additional cost to their customers. The FPGA-optimized Cortex-M1 processor offers users of Actel's flash-based M1-enabled Actel Fusion Programmable System Chips and ProASIC3 FPGAs a compact and efficient processor satisfying the requirements of a wide range of end applications. Actel will support the Cortex-M1 processor with its CoreConsole IP Deployment Platform, its SoftConsole program development environment and Actel Libero Integrated Design Environment – all available for free download from Actel's website.

"Following the success of our ARM7™ family-based solutions, Actel worked closely with ARM to optimize its Cortex-M1 processor for FPGA implementation from the ground up, making it an extremely valuable addition to our growing processor library," said Rich Brossart, vice president, product marketing, Actel. "Free of the contract negotiations and fees typically associated with industry-standard processor cores, Actel will make the Cortex-M1 processor available to those companies who desire highly programmable solutions regardless of application or volume."

Tools and Peripherals Support

The Cortex-M1 processor will be fully supported by forthcoming releases of the ARM RealView® Development Suite and RealView Microcontroller Development Kit. The RealView Development Suite will include a complete instruction set system model (ISSM) allowing developers to create and test applications for the Cortex-M1 processor out of the box. Developers can easily customize the RealView Development Suite's debugger to visualize and interact withperipherals added around a Cortex-M1 processor, and will also be able to connect and debug applications running on Cortex-M1 silicon using ARM's high-performance RealView ICE and ULINK®2 run control units.

System performance and design turn around time are boosted further with ARM AMBA® compliant PrimeCell® peripheral IP, including ARM's latest ultra-efficient microDMA (PL230).
ARM Connected Community Partners, including CodeSourcery, Express Logic, IAR Systems, Mentor Graphics Inc., Micrium and Synplicity will all support the Cortex-M1 processor. For improved flow integration, the Cortex-M1 processor deliverables will include an IP description conforming to the IP-XACT standard from The SPIRIT Consortium.

Low area, high frequency and ease of use

The ARM Cortex-M1 processor is a streamlined three-stage 32-bit RISC processor that implements a subset of the popular, high density Thumb®-2 instruction set. This enables both the processor and software footprint to meet the area budget of the smallest FPGA devices, while retaining compatibility with Thumb code for any ARM processor from the ARM7TDMI® processor upwards.The Cortex-M1 processor is capable of more than 170 MHz, whilst occupying less than 15 percent area of popular low-cost FPGA devices. Despite being the smallest processor in the Cortex family, the Cortex-M1 processor can deliver 0.8 DMIPS/MHz. Typical applications for the Cortex-M1 processor on FPGAs include embedded control, communications, networking and aerospace.

More information on ARM solutions in FPGA is available from www.arm.com/fpga.


Free of license and royalty fees, Actel's implementation of the Cortex-M1 processor will be available for early access in April via the Actel website www.actel.com. The M1-enabled ProASIC3 and Actel Fusion PSC devices will sample in Q3 2007.

The ARM Cortex-M1 processor RTL and associated EDA views optimized for a range of FPGA vendor devices including Actel, Altera, Lattice and Xilinx will be available for license by OEMs in 2Q'07.

About the ARM Cortex Family of Processors

The three series in the ARM Cortex family enable chip manufacturers and OEMs to standardize around a single architecture from low-end microcontrollers to high-performance applications processors. Featuring Thumb-2 technology, the ARM Cortexfamily significantly reduces development costs and increases enterprise efficiency.

  • ARM Cortex-A Series: Applications processors for complex OS and user applications
  • ARM Cortex-R Series: Embedded processors for real-time systems
  • ARM Cortex-M Series: Deeply embedded processors optimized for microcontroller and low-cost applications

About ARM
ARM designs the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products, frommobile, home and enterprise solutions toembedded and emerging applications. ARM's comprehensive product offering includes 16/32-bit RISC microprocessors, data engines, graphics processors, digital libraries, embedded memories, peripherals, software and development tools, as well as analog functions and high-speed connectivity products. Combined with the company's broad Partner community, they provide a total system solution that offers a fast, reliable path to market for leading electronics companies. More information on ARM is available at http://www.arm.com.

About the ARM Connected Community
The ARM Connected Community is a global network of companies aligned to provide a complete solution, from design to manufacture and end use, for products based on the ARM architecture. ARM offers a variety of resources to Community members, including promotional programs and peer-networking opportunities that enable a variety of ARM Partners to come together to provide end-to-end customer solutions. For more information, please visit http://www.arm.com/community.


1. Gartner, Inc., "Forecast: ASIC/ASSP, FPGA/PLD and SLI/SOC Applications, Worldwide, 2002-2010 (4Q06 Update)", by John Barber and Bryan Lewis, December 4, 2006.

ARM, Thumb, RealView, PrimeCell and ARM7TDMI are registered trademarks of ARM Limited. Cortex and ARM7 are trademarks of ARM Limited. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders. "ARM" is used to represent ARM Holdings plc; its operating company ARM Limited; and the regional subsidiaries ARM INC.; ARM KK; ARM Korea Ltd.; ARM Taiwan; ARM France SAS; ARM Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd.; ARM Belgium N.V.; AXYS Design Automation Inc.; AXYS GmbH; ARM Embedded Solutions Pvt. Ltd.; and ARM Physical IP, Inc.; and ARM Norway AS.

Contact: Stephanie Mrus, Actel Corporation, 650.318.4614

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Aldec and Actel Deliver Co-verification Solution for ARM-based FPGA Design

Link: http://www.fpgajournal.com/news_2007/03/20070312_03.htm

Aldec and Actel Deliver Co-verification Solution for ARM-based FPGA Design

HENDERSON, Nev. & MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aldec, Inc., a pioneer in mixed-language simulation and advanced design tools for ASIC and FPGA devices, today announced the release of CoVer™, a Windows®-based hardware/software co-verification solution, for Actel Corporation (Nasdaq: ACTL). Easing hardware and software integration for engineers using Actel’s field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) with an ARM processor, such as Actel’s CoreMP7 soft ARM7™ core, CoVer provides control and visibility across engineering teams, which translates into shorter design schedules and lower project costs.

“CoVer is the only product on the market offering hardware-accelerated HDL simulation environment for hardware designers and high-speed prototyping-like debugging for software developers, bridging the gap between system-on-chip (SoC) engineers,” stated Dr. Stanley Hyduke, president of Aldec, Inc. “This approach delivers fully synchronized debugging functionality of peripherals, ARM processors embedded in Actel devices and memories from tools like Active-HDL mixed-language simulator and a commonly used GDB debugger.”

Jake Chuang, senior director, application solutions marketing at Actel, said, “As more and more designers utilize industry-standard ARM processors in FPGAs, the abundance of software and support available, such as Aldec’s innovative CoVer hardware/software co-verification solution, enables designers to get system-level products to market quickly and reduce cost and risk.”

System Performance

Utilizing Aldec’s patented Smart Clock technology to enable fastest hardware verification and on-demand debugging, the CoVer technology is based on using two clock sources: an HDL simulator generated clock (sw clk) and a hardware oscillator generated clock (hw clk). The programmable Smart Clock unit constantly monitors the AHB Bus to identify bus transactions to Custom Peripherals simulated in HDL. Whenever the transaction to the programmed address range is detected, the system clock is switched to the HDL simulator, allowing for debugging of the AHB bus and peripherals. Once the transaction is completed, the clock is switched back to the hardware oscillator enabling processor debugging with a speed of prototyping solutions.

Hardware in-the-loop

The CoVer solution integrates the Active-HDL simulator with the board. The CoreMP7 processor memory and standard peripherals reside in Actel’s ARM-enabled M7A3P1000 ProASIC3 FPGA on the board. Aldec’s patented sw/hw interfacing allows for the simulation and debugging in Active-HDL waveform viewer. The board is connected to the workstation through 32/64 bit to 33/66MHz PCI slot, providing ease of use and high performance. Reprogrammable through PCI or JTAG, the reusable CoVer board can be used for any CoreMP7-based embedded design.


The CoVer solution provides engineers with a complete HW/SW co-verification toolset:

* Aldec Active-HDL (Designer Edition) mixed-language simulator
* Actel’s CoreConsole IP Deployment Platform
* Actel Libero® Integrated Design Environment (IDE) – Gold edition
* Reusable FPGA-based prototyping board with Actel’s ARM7-enabled ProASIC3 FPGA and CoreMP7 soft ARM7 core
* Software development system, including Actel’s SoftConsole program development environment


CoVer for Actel is available today for $4,995 and includes Active-HDL (Design Edition) mixed VHDL and Verilog, CoVer HW/SW co-verification software and the Actel Libero integrated design environment. All licenses are for one year and can be purchased from Aldec directly or from an authorized distributor sales@aldec.com.

About Aldec

Aldec, Inc., established in 1984, is committed to delivering high-performance, HDL-based design verification software for UNIX, Linux, Solaris and Windows platforms. Additional information on Aldec and all its products can be found at www.aldec.com.

About Actel

Actel Corporation is the leader in single-chip FPGA solutions. The company is traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol ACTL and is headquartered at 2061 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, Calif., 94043-4655. For more information about Actel, visit www.actel.com.

CoVer and Active-HDL are trademarks of Aldec, Inc. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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Actel Champions Embedded Systems Designers with Broad Range of Industry-Standard Processor Solutions

I copy/paste this article to my blog because I like Actel FPGA and would like to promote this wonderfull things.
Actel Contact:
Stephanie Mrus
Actel Corporation
Actel Media Contact:
Shannon Jamison
Porter Novelli
408-369-4600 x630

Actel Champions Embedded Systems Designers with Broad Range of Industry-Standard Processor Solutions

Company Expands Highly Configurable Offering with Industry’s Smallest Soft Micro and New 8051 Controller Core

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., January 29, 2007 — Delivering on its strategy to support embedded systems designers with a comprehensive portfolio of processor solutions, Actel Corporation (NASDAQ: ACTL) today introduced two free controller cores; the small, easy-to-use CoreABC and the configurable Core8051s. These cores complement the company’s existing library of industry-standard options, including a variety of ARM, 8051 and LEON processor solutions, optimized for Actel’s field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). In addition to third-party tools and capabilities, Actel also offers a comprehensive development environment, boards and reference designs to support its processor offerings. This ecosystem of tools and support enable Actel customers to get system-level products to market quickly and reduce cost and risk.

"The abundance of software and support available for industry-standard architectures eliminates the pain typically associated with adopting proprietary technologies," said Rich Brossart, vice president, product marketing at Actel. "Our growing processor portfolio enables embedded systems designers to select the best processor for their application and combine it with the core benefits offered by Actel’s flash-based FPGAs – ease of design, reprogrammability, and reduced development cost and risk."

Brossart continued, "Moving forward, we plan to continue the development of optimized processor solutions based on industry-standard architectures, enabling customers to further exploit the processors and tools they are familiar with when using Actel's innovative FPGAs."

Actel Expands Processor Library with Free, Easy-to-Use Cores

A powerful and easy-to-use solution for a broad range of embedded control applications, Actel's CoreABC is the industry's smallest and first RTL-programmable soft micro for FPGAs. The free controller features deterministic operation, very fast I/O response (less than 100 nanoseconds) and supports the advanced peripheral bus (APB) interface. Designers are able to use CoreABC in small Actel devices, such as the flash-based, low-cost A3P030 ProASIC3 device, because the free controller can be implemented in as few as 241 tiles and used without RAM or ROM resources. Implementation starts at less than 10 cents per instantiation.

Compatible with the industry-standard 8051 ASM51 instruction set, Core8051s allows designers to take advantage of the vast array of existing industry tools, knowledge and application software for the 8051 architecture. The controller, a higher performance version of the company's popular Core8051, features one clock per instruction throughput and supports a range of configurable peripheral functions. Core8051s connects to the APB bus for easy integration with other APB peripherals using Actel's CoreConsole tool.

Software, Support Critical to Design Success

To support its broad portfolio of processor solutions, Actel delivers a comprehensive development environment, including the Libero Integrated Design Environment (IDE), CoreConsole IP deployment platform, and SoftConsole software program development environment, as well as boards and reference designs. The processor cores are also supported by third-party tools and capabilities – from highly efficient C-compilers and co-verification solutions to advanced hardware acceleration. Key partners and third-party suppliers include Aldec, CriticalBlue, IAR, ImpulseC, and Keil.

Like all Actel processors, the two new free cores operate with the industry-standard AMBA bus interface enabling flexible, cost-effective system-on-chip (SoC) solutions across a broad range of markets and applications. Intellectual property (IP) vendors worldwide support the AMBA bus with a large number of peripheral IP cores, enabling designers to find and implement the specific functional elements needed for their embedded designs.

Pricing and Availability

Actel's DirectCore processors, including the new CoreABC and Core8051s, are available free of charge via Actel's CoreConsole software. The cores can be used in Actel single-chip FPGAs, including the Actel Fusion™, IGLOO™ and ProASIC3™ families. The fault-tolerant LEON3 processor core, optimized for Actel's military, aerospace and high-reliability customers, is available from Actel's CompanionCore partner Gaisler Research. For more information, please visit www.actel.com/products/ip.

About Actel
Actel Corporation is the leader in single-chip FPGA solutions. The company is traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol ACTL and is headquartered at 2061 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, Calif., 94043-4655. For more information about Actel, visit www.actel.com. Telephone: 888-99-ACTEL (992-2835).

The Actel, Actel Libero, Actel IGLOO, Actel ProASIC3 and Actel Fusion names and logos are trademarks of Actel Corporation. All other trademarks and service marks are the property of their respective owners.


Link: http://www.actel.com/company/press/2007/1/29


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