Shimon Schocken wrote
I completely agree with the general spirit of your message: "errors are the portals of discovery" (George Orwell). But, I am not sure what was is the specific nature of your problem. If you are trying to build And / Or gates, then working in the Project 01 directory is just fine. In general, if your HDL program includes a chip part x and there is no corresponding x.hdl file in the current directory, the simulator tries to invoke an x.hdl program from the builtIn directory. -- Shimon
Basically what happened is I first started implementing all the chips in the ../builtinChips, then found the project and started working from the freshly downloaded directory without copying over my earlier implementations. :) Like I said, silly mistake to make, but it taught me quite a lot about the simulator, how the .hdl files interact, etc.