ANS Forth for Win32 and Linux/x86 (used to compile the following SF projects: acWEB, acFTP, acFreeProxy, acSMTP, Forth-Script)
acFTP is an OpenSource replacement for Microsoft FTP server and other proprietary FTP servers for Windows. Unlike MS FTP, acFTP supports extended FTP commands set, including APPE and REST for resuming broken uploads and downloads.
bigFORTH is a native code Forth for x86 processors. MINOS is a portable GUI library for X11 and Win32, written in object oriented Forth, and includes the form editor Theseus.
acWEB is an OpenSource replacement for MS IIS and other proprietary WEB servers for Windows. Unlike IIS, acWEB is not affected by viruses like CodeRed, Nimda, etc :).
This is fast 32bit FORTH system for PalmOS 2.x/6.x having the following features: Programming directly on PalmOS device, Full ANS 94 compatibility, Fast 32bit and 64bit arithmetic, Multitasking kernel, Supporting PalmOS from 2.0 to 6.0
Rainbow Forth is an implementation of the colorForth dialect of the Forth programming language designed to run under Linux or Windows.
430 v4th is an assembler code package for the MSP430 that provides a FORTH-like execution environment, oriented towards real-time embedded control.
Compiler for a Forth-like language to make small binaries that use system calls instead of the C library
Forth compiler for the Compiled Virtual Machine
Calforth is a variant of the forth computer language. It will run as a forth interperter, as well as strictly compile an executable. Version 1.3 includes support for the 8051 processor and includes a processor emulator as well.
A content management system which allows for custom modules, uploading of pictures, and easy customization of themes.
This project originally was about a megaman clone called "Game Developer Man". Game Developer Man, the game, has long since tanked. However this project has moved on to the KRGP.
This project provides a compiler that compiles ML into code suitable for execution on small targets, including embedded ones. The compiler generates both C and Forth.
Mail server (SMTP/POP3/IMAP) + Proxy server + FTP-server + Web-server suite for Windows. Based on acSMTP, acFreeProxy, acFTP and acWEB projects from SF.NET.
A Forth interpreter built on top of a little virtual machine.
Forth Script is a server-side web scripting engine based on FORTH language. It may work as CGI-application under any web-server and lets you create dynamic web-pages using Forth language, HTML patterns and database's data. Example: http://www.delosoft.com
Forth/2 is a native code kernel Forth system for OS/2. Source in Microsoft Assembler is included.
GatewayMU* is the result of a combination of what several of my friends and myself desire of a MUCK/MUD/MUSH/MU* client, a fully customizable integrated development environment with MUF and MPI support by default, and many wizards.
This is a cross-platform integrated development environment for the Multi-User Forth programming language use in MUCKs. The IDE supports color syntax highlighting, integrated primitive help, project management, upload script creation, and other features.
Muq is a network server that goes several design generations beyond MOO or Java in providing support for applications characterized by these five requirements: Multi-user, Persistent state, Complex data, Complex code, and Distributed networking.
THE SOURCES HAS BEEN MOVED TO GITHUB https://github.com/josefpavlik/picoforth PicoForth is Forth compiler for PIC12 and PIC16 families. It is written in gForth and requires gpUtils. Produces hex file ready to be programmed into the device.
A Portable Forth. It is aimed to be interpreted, or compiled to various architectures and VMs.
This is a simulator for the SMIS research MRI consoles. It executes compiled pulse sequences, and emulates the MR3040/50, MR3031, and RF cards. If you have an SMIS scanner, you will find this a useful pulse sequence development aid.
Gigabyte-scale persistent object Store in C++. Able to intern and persist arbitrary ELF loadble objects. Convenient class library (Lists, Strings, Dicts, Namespaces, etc.) optimised for spatial locality of reference. Virtual machine toolkit.