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Have you read the README file in the risc_cpu example directory? You have to compile your assembler program using the provided simple assembler and store it in the icache.img file, which gets loaded by the instruction cache module upon its construction. However, the instruction set is only documented in the source code of the risc_cpu example (see decode.cpp). It is also a very old example, which might not be easily extensible to achieve the goals of your project. Other platforms (such as the SoClib mentioned in one of my previous posts) are better documented.

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