Featured Issues in the Assembly Board
#8At the moment, the keyboard interrupt service routine simply writes the key pressed's scancode directly to the console, which obviously isn't useful. The keycode needs to be stored somewhere for applications to read later on, ideally a stack-like structure. The ISR is located in `keyboard.asm`, and the stack will likely be defined in `main.asm`, in the .bss section.
#7At the moment, even if the correct syscall handler is found when comparing eax, the control still flows through the entire procedure. This should be fixed.
#1Assembly style: NASM Add appropriate comments wherever applicable