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pForth - Portable Forth in 'C'

Translations to Français by Antoine Billiau, or Chinese by Letoh

PForth is a  public domain, portable ANS Forth based on a kernel written in ANSI 'C'. This makes it easy to port pForth to multiple platforms. So far, pForth has run on Macs, PCs, SUNs, Amigas, Linux, BeOS, Nokia Communicator, SGI Indys, 3DO ARM systems, 3DO PowerPC systems, WebTV systems, Hitachi SH4, OpenTV prototypes, Compaq Ipaq 3970, Sharp LH79520 ARM processor, Ciena Systems networking hardware, Beagle Board, and some internal projects at Lucent. If you build pForth for an embedded system, please let me know and I will add your machine to the list of machines that pForth has run on.

PForth source is now on GitHub so we can collaborate easier.

PForth was developed by Phil Burk.

PForth is provided free of charge to the Forth community. But if you are using pForth for commercial purposes, then you may wish to support the future development of pForth by making a donation of any amount by credit card.

PForth Features

Download pForth

Versions of pForth are available for UNIX, PC and Macintosh. For embedded systems, download the version of your host machine and tweak the Makefiles.

You can download pForth directly from our old repository on Google Code!

pForth Documentation

pForth Links

To report bugs, or to ask pForth specific questions, send e-mail to Phil Burk.
Phil Burk is available as a contractor for pForth classes, application development, or porting pForth to new platforms.

Legal Stuff

Copyright 1994-2012 3DO, Phil Burk, Larry Polansky, David Rosenboom

The pForth software code is dedicated to the public domain, and any third party may reproduce, distribute and modify the pForth software code or any derivative works thereof without any compensation or license. The pForth software code is provided on an "as is" basis without any warranty of any kind, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and their equivalents under the laws of any jurisdiction.