I found the big connector on the XDK quite clumsy for experimenting and prototyping, so i quickly came up with a adapter board that changes the huge XDK header in to 4 smaller XC-1,2,3/XK-1 compatible headers, allowing the same hardware to be plugged in any of those kits.
The board is fit on to a single layer board so it is quite home etching friendly (Altho clearances are as low as 0.254mm so careful)
So i case anyone likes the idea here it is:
Technical discussions related to any XMOS development kit or reference design. Eg XK-1A, sliceKIT, etc.
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Nice hack, looks usefull for devlopment of course.