-<= JForth 3.1 =>-
by Delta Research
JForth is a subroutine threaded Forth for the Amiga Computer. It was written
by Mike Haas, Phil Burk, Brian Donovan and Jim King. It features:
fast native code generation,
easy access to Amiga libraries and structures,
CLONE - for standalone executables,
ODE - object oriented development environment,
source level debugger,
floating point support,
IFF, ANIM support,
Motorola style 68000 assembler,
complete documentation in RTF format including tutorials.
JForth was sold commercially by Delta Research from 1986 to 1993.
It is now available as Freeware! JForth is available "as-is". Technical
support is not available.
Visit the JForth Tech Support page for bug
fixes, patches, etc.
Browse User Contributed Code
Visit Martin Randall's
JForth.org Page for on-line documentation, FAQs, news, reviews, and a JForth
You may wish to read this 1989 JForth 2.0 Review
by Jack Woehr.
Phil Burk also wrote a 'C' based, ANS style Portable Forth called pForth.
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