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    This is very cool. Irrespective of my feelings about RISC-V for any kind of production use, it’s phenomenal for research: there are open-source, easily modifiable, synthesisable RISC-V cores in multiple high-level HDLs and with a variety of different pipeline structures. This is great for hardware-software co-design research, where you can modify the ISA, modify the compiler, and modify the OS and see what happens. Great to see Haiku represented in this space - I’m looking forward to reviewing papers that evaluate Haiku as well as Linux / *BSD on their experimental hardware!

    Anyone working on a CHERI/RISC-V or Morello support in Haiku?