A basic ALU design for my personal projects.
I decided to do this separately from the other one because it works nicely. Also it follows a set philosophy instead of "eh, I'll figure it out". This is NOT meant to be good, it's meant to work.
Currently working on this project
Understanding the architecture of 8085 how its build by dividing into smaller parts. Excepted finish date will be after two weeks
Another nonexistent ISA based chip, but this time I have a bit of experience with it. I'm also doing things a little bit differently this time around, too.
The name itself means Modular Stack, because that's its two big concepts. First is that it's all focused on working with a stack, and second is that it's very modular.