Diff for /gforth/arch/misc/README between versions 1.1 and 1.2

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 This directory contains simulator, assembler and primitives for the  This directory contains simulator, assembler and primitives for the
 MISC-chip. Create an gforth image for the misc simulator with  MISC-chip.
   
   Information about the MISC processor can be found at: www.mixed-mode.de
   
   Create a gforth image for the misc simulator with:
   
 make kernl-misc.fi  make kernl-misc.fi
   
 Load this image into the simulator and run the simulator with  Load this image into the simulator and run the simulator with:
   
 gforth arch/misc/sim.fs -e "load kernl-misc.fi g"  gforth arch/misc/sim.fs -e "load kernl-misc.fi g"
   
 Additonally, there are two more complex examples (two terminal games,  Additionally, there are two more complex examples (two terminal games,
 Sokoban and Tetris). To create the image games-misc.fi, do the  Sokoban and Tetris). To create the image, add:
 following:  
   
 Add  
   
 include arch/misc/sokoban.fs  include arch/misc/sokoban.fs
 include arch/misc/tt.fs  include arch/misc/tt.fs
   
 in main.fs just before "include special.fs". Perform a make  in kernel/main.fs (they are commented out by default) then perform a make
 kernl-misc.fi like above. Move the result to games-misc.fi, and start  kernl-misc.fi as above. Move the result to games-misc.fi, and start
 the simulator with  the simulator:
   
   mv kernl-misc.fi games-misc.fi
 gforth arch/misc/sim.fs -e "load games-misc.fi g"  gforth arch/misc/sim.fs -e "load games-misc.fi g"
   
 Now type in "sokoban" <return> or "tt" <return> to play sokoban or  Now type in "sokoban" <return> or "tt" <return> to play sokoban or
 tetris (be aware: both are very slow!). To stop either game, type "q".  tetris (be aware: both are very slow!). To stop either game, type "q".
   
 More infos about the MISC processor can be found at www.mixed-mode.de  
   

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