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kernl-4stack.fi now builds. Fixed paths in mach.sh, and changed reference
therein from gforth to ./gforth to ensure that the engine is consistent
with the source tree in which the .fi file is being built. Revised README
to reflect the current file organisation.

This directory contains assembler and primitives for the 4stack
processor.

Information about the 4stack processor, including a description of the
architecture, a user manual, a simulator, and a description of a
sample implementation in Verilog can be found at:
http://www.jwdt.com/~paysan/4stack.html

Create a gforth image for the 4stack simulator with:

make kernl-4stack.fi

This also creates the file gforth.4o for the simulator in the directory
arch/4stack.

Load this image into the simulator and run the simulator with:

cd arch/4stack; 4stack gforth.4o

Additionally, there are two more complex examples (two terminal games,
Sokoban and Tetris). To create the image, add:

include arch/misc/sokoban.fs
include arch/misc/tt.fs

in kernel/main.fs (they are commented out by default) then perform a make
kernl-4stack.fi as above. Move the resulting gforth.4o to
gforth-games.4o, and start the simulator:

cd arch/4stack
mv gforth.4o gforth-games.4o
4stack gforth-games.4o

Now type in "sokoban" <return> or "tt" <return> to play sokoban or
tetris (both run at reasonable speed on a Pentium 133). To stop either
game, type "q".

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