In 1978, shortly after Chuck Moore discovered the Forth language, volunteers started to make public domain implementations available for all popular micro computers. This is the fig-Forth series of compilers. Most modern public domain Forths are descendants of these Forths.
32-bit DOS excerpt of fig-Forth, generated from the generic figforth 'fig86.gnr'. In fig tradition, it is based on an assembler in only one file. Free download.
The Last Fig-Forth Ever
A collection of ducumentation and downloads of the fig-Forth series of compilers.
White Lightning - Crash: White Lightning Strikes
A high level development system for the Spectrum 48K which conforms to standard Fig-Forth.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 19:58:14 UTC