cd cd cs31 cd weeklylab mkdir week03 cd week03 pwd cp ~adanner/public/cs31/week03/* . ls decoder.circ firstcircuit.circ
Note: I suggest working in the CS lab on logisim rather than logging in remotely. Logisim will run very slowly if you are remotely logged in due to X forwarding events (i.e., using ssh -Y on Mac or Linux to enable X-forwarding). Alternatively, you can install logisim on your own computer, and scp your .circ file to/from your computer to your CS account. We are using version 2.7.1. Make sure to install the same version. Also, if you do this, you need to ensure that your circuit file works on logisim running on our system, the lab is where we'll be doing the grading!
The Logisim web page has user documentation that will be very helpful for the next lab assignment. We are using version 2.7.
$ logisim # start new projectWe will start with firstcircuit.circ, and try builiding a simple AND circuit and some tester circuitry around it.
$ logisim firstcircuit.circ # edit an existing project
Next, we will build a 2-to-4 1 bit decoder in decoder.circ, and see how Logisim can analyze its behavior for us, allowing us to see if our implementation is correct.
$ logisim decoder.circ