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MinForth V3.4 is a classic Forth system with command-line interface. Development resource requirements are minimal. A source text editor and a C compiler are sufficient. By design no toolchain is required to adapt or rebuild MinForth. A complete rebuild takes only few seconds. Current sources are for Windows and Linux (32-bit or 64-bit).
MinForth primitive definitions are written in mixed Forth and C language and are transpiled to pure C code. Main but not exclusive application for the transpiler is to build the MinForth V3.4 high-level Forth compiler.
MinForth V3.4 is widely conformant to the Forth-2012 draft standard and passes the usual test suites. Feedback and bug reports are welcome per
- Usenet forum https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/comp.lang.forth
- email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Forth-to-C transpiler
- ISO/ANS Forth compiler
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