Annotation of gforth/arch/4stack/README, revision 1.4

1.1       pazsan      1: This directory contains assembler and primitives for the 4stack
1.4     ! crook       2: processor.
        !             3: 
        !             4: Information about the 4stack processor, including a description of the
        !             5: architecture, a user manual, a simulator, and a description of a
        !             6: sample implementation in Verilog can be found at:
        !             7: http://www.jwdt.com/~paysan/4stack.html
        !             8: 
        !             9: Create a gforth image for the 4stack simulator with:
1.1       pazsan     10: 
                     11: make kernl-4stack.fi
                     12: 
1.3       pazsan     13: This also creates the file gforth.4o for the simulator in the directory
1.4     ! crook      14: arch/4stack.
1.1       pazsan     15: 
1.4     ! crook      16: Load this image into the simulator and run the simulator with:
1.1       pazsan     17: 
1.4     ! crook      18: cd arch/4stack; 4stack gforth.4o
1.1       pazsan     19: 
1.4     ! crook      20: Additionally, there are two more complex examples (two terminal games,
        !            21: Sokoban and Tetris). To create the image, add:
1.1       pazsan     22: 
                     23: include arch/misc/sokoban.fs
                     24: include arch/misc/tt.fs
                     25: 
1.4     ! crook      26: in kernel/main.fs (they are commented out by default) then perform a make
        !            27: kernl-4stack.fi as above. Move the resulting gforth.4o to
1.3       pazsan     28: gforth-games.4o, and start the simulator:
1.1       pazsan     29: 
1.4     ! crook      30: cd arch/4stack
1.3       pazsan     31: mv gforth.4o gforth-games.4o
                     32: 4stack gforth-games.4o
1.1       pazsan     33: 
                     34: Now type in "sokoban" <return> or "tt" <return> to play sokoban or
                     35: tetris (both run at reasonable speed on a Pentium 133). To stop either
                     36: game, type "q".

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