Snd is a sound editor
Snd is a sound editor.
ANS Forth for Win32 and Linux/x86 (used to compile the following SF projects: acWEB, acFTP, acFreeProxy, acSMTP, Forth-Script)
A Forth interpreter built on top of a little virtual machine.
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.
In the spirit of Doug Bagley's Great Language Shootout, we provide our own, up to date version that we intend to run as an open source project, making it easy to contribute new tests, and easy to run the framework on your own computer.
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.
FTH Forth Scripting
FTH provides running stand alone Forth scripts like Ruby etc. and using Forth as an extension language to your application.
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.
Building a FORTH in C for practice.
C language implementation of my BIF 6809 variant of fig-FORTH. May be interesting to programmers with C background who want to understand the high-level version of the low-level of FORTH. Those requiring a fully functioning FORTH may look elsewhere. (The releases are usually out of date. Best to browse the code repository and download the latest snapshot.) (I am now mirroring the project at http://sourceforge.jp/projects/bif-c/, to make it more accessible to Japanese associates who might be interested.)
Forth compiler for the Compiled Virtual Machine
Minimum ARM Cross Forth compiler. A cross-forth running on Gforth, implementing the XCForth cross compiler draft standard. Currently for non-thumb ARM systems.
FurionMUCK is a modern MUD server based on TinyMUCK and Fuzzball extensions. It uses a MySQL driven backend storage engine for improved reliability, functionality, scalability and stablity.
An English, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Hindi & Bengali desktop OS loading from miniCD or USB key with applications and personal config files on floppy or USB key.
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.
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.
Compiler for a Forth-like language to make small binaries that use system calls instead of the C library
A Portable Forth. It is aimed to be interpreted, or compiled to various architectures and VMs.
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.
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.
Moved to http://www.fuzzball.org
Moved to http://www.fuzzball,org Everything here has been frozen for historical purposes. Fuzzball Muck is a networked multi-user MUD chat server. It is user-extensible, and newer versions (6.x) support advanced features such as GUI dialogs, through close client-server cooperation with Trebuchet or other clients that support MCP-GUI.
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.
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.)
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.