Ninad Jangle


Electronics Engineering student at V.J.T.I, Silicon enthusiast, Proficient in Circuit Design, RISC-V, Web Development and Automation.
Gsoc 21’ @FOSSi Foundation | 2nd Prize @7th Delta Advanced Automation Cup | Electronics Head @SRA VJTI

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    Note: Completed RISCV Core MYTH WORKSHOP

  1. 10/06/2021:
    • Redesigned Layout to a Vertical column layout with three portions(toolbox, workspace, textArea+buttons) for better aesthetics and ease of programming.
    • Put the code in Main.js, just using <Main /> in App.js for easy migration to later.
  2. 11/06/2021:
    • Added Blocks to XML and XML to Blocks functionality.
    • Added Save to Local Storage and Recover from Local Storage functionality for ease of development.
Blockly to TLV

XML to Blockly

  1. 12/06/2021:
    • Changed TextArea to accept Inputs. A simple copy-paste of XML to the textArea and ‘Recover from Code’ will also generate the blocks, without needing to import from a program.
    • Added an Upload File button for uploading and loading a Blockly block program file (.xml) which generates the corresponding block structure.
  2. 13/06/2021:
    • Added New Blocks and redesigned a lot of existing blocks to better fit programming with blockly. ( Added m4+, m4_include_lib,…(m4 blocks); arithmetic_operator, logical_operator, ..(operation blocks), ternary operators, ..)
  3. 14/06/2021:
    • MAJOR FIX: Till now all the indentation was done by hardcoded strings. I was calculating each indent and harcoding it into the blocks. Now It is being done by Generator class property Indent.
  4. 15/06/2021:
    • Redesigned existing blocks to use dummy inputs and fields instead of valueinput blocks. This will allow the user to type into the block without having to drag a text/number input for each slot
  5. 16/06/2021:
    • Completed the MYTH RISCV Core