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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.
Talkware TIARA, an Openbios/GRUB/PFORTH composite, BIOS replacement. Boots an unmodifed linux kernel from an IDE drive or ethernet, using only 128kb of flash. Works with INTEL/AMD K6/2-450, SiS 530/5595 and 8139 enet. VGA & Serial console supported.
DieRoller is a PalmOS application for gamers, written in Quartus Forth. It allows you to roll up to 8 multi-sided dice, and display the roll results as well as the sum. DieRoller is freeware, and Quartus Forth source code is included. In order to work
The goal of llama-X is to be a cutting-edge desktop operating system for the x86 architecture. A new object-oriented filesystem, and a fresh new desktop paradigm, and an innovative multikernel subsystem are main features of the system.1 weekly downloads
Fifth is a exciting project to develop a new programming language that has all the capabilityits of C to develop low-level drivers, but uses a postfix syntax and has many high-level features from LISP and ML.
Simulator of massively parallel computer cluster with minimal nodes. Loosely based around available information regarding Chuck Moore's c18/25x core/chip designs. Machine Forth based MISC NOSC nodes, mesh interconnection.
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.com2 weekly downloads
guiForth is a customized version of pForth that provides bindings to the FLTK library. The initial goal is to create a software development system for the Agenda VR3 PDA, but guiForth should be portable to any platform that has FLTK.
Wisp is a small Scheme-like language designed to be easily used in various structured data processing tools. The accent is on simplicity, automatical generatibility, and efficiency. (Currently on long hiatus. Gauche has similar goals and is maturer.)
Ficl is a lightweight, efficient language designed to be incorporated into other programs, including (especially) firmware based systems. Ficl includes a simple but capable object model that can wrap existing data structures. Applications: scripting,17 weekly downloads
colorForth is, in Chuck Moore's own words: "A dialect of Forth that uses color to replace punctuation. Includes its own operating system. Produces extremely compact programs. Instant compile from pre-parsed source."3 weekly downloads
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.
Hardware Description Language processor written in GForth. Currently only consisting of a basic Verilog parser and preprocessor. Next step is simulation, later transformation and synthesis.