arrayFactor is a simulator written in Factor, 
that simulates the GA144 chip from GreenArrays, Inc.

The programming language Factor can be found at

Information about the GA144 chip and the programming language 
arrayForth can be found at

This repository has a companion web site, that can be found at

The decision to go open source was taken only a short time ago.

The documentation is mostly automatically generated by Factor,
but I did do some work documenting the console. More information 
about this is in the readme.txt in the install folder. In Bitbucket go to: and click the install folder.

There is only one simple example program for now. 
It can be found in projects/circular-stack. 
I used it in my presentation, that can be found in talks/german-fig-talk.

The other two projects, parpi and sha2, are translations from older programs, 
using a special format called "cfs".

In sessions I keep records of working with the simulator. 
The directory sessions/console/first is an interesting example.

One thing I have to tell you right now: In the "nodes window" you can 
popup a menu by right clicking on the node number. This only works if 
the node is active. A node is active, when ram contains some code. It is 
possible to give stack items a color or name using the console.

More information will also be available at

Best regards,

Leon Konings