Digital logic designer and simulator (by reds-heig)


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  • David Williams – MicroFPGA – The Coming Revolution in Small Electronics (2019)
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-15
  • Version problems
    reddit.com/r/logisim | 2021-04-15
  • Why do people say c# isn't a low level language?
    Logisim is no longer maintained, and while it's rather nice, it's really starting to show its age. Logisim-Evolution seemed nice at first as an 'improved Logisim', but apparently it exists mostly to advertise some proprietary VHDL simulation software that it integrates into. Given there are open source alternatives that it makes no effort to use, that kinda put me off of using it too much.. Though I admit its K-map tools are fantastic.
  • Logic.ly started acting weird when I was trying to create a schematic. Started telling me that everything was High Impedance. Can anyone tell me what I was doing wrong/how to fix it? I'm pre-colligate so sorry if this is a dumb question.
    Logisim Evolution is the program I am using for the processor unit design project in my Computer Architecture class. It's basically the Logisim that was discontinued a few years ago picked up and on crack
  • How should one go about creating a very simple CPU at home for learning purposes?
    Here's a simple One Instruction Set Computer (move machine) I made using logisim evolution: