Hi, I'm starting to learn FPGA programming (using a Xilinx Spartan II200K). I will use VHDL and already have bought VHDL books, but I think I also need a general introduction to FPGA so I plan to buy a book on FPGA. I found this one:
FPGA-Based System Design by Wayne Wolf
I would like to know if this book is any good, especialy for a beginer like me. I also if it will be useful in the futur for some more advanced stuff, or is it just a entry level book that you throw away once you know the stuff. It's expensive, that's why I don't want any chance.
If you have any other suggestion it could be useful. what I'm really looking for is an introduction on FPGA structure (CLB,IOB,BLOCK RAM,etc..), not a VHDL or VERILOG programming book