Forth.org has many Forth implementations available for download. At ftp://ftp.forth.org/pub/Forth/Compilers/cross/PIC/ today I see "f2pic" (without any documentation ?), "a Public Domain version of RAM Technology Systems IRTC", and "mary 1.0a50",
PicForth now has a wiki: http://wiki.enst.fr/bin/view/Picforth
Forth for desktop computers@
David A Cary asks:
I think it would be really cool to develop Forth programs on a PIC using a Palm. In other words, on the beach, far from any electric outlets ...
Most of the pieces are here at "Using a Palm Pilot with a PIC BootLoader" by Monty Goodson http://www.portlandrobotics.org/robots/palm-pic/palm_pic.html . Has anyone been able to put them all together ?
(see http://wiki.enst.fr/bin/view/Picforth/BootLoader )
The PIC 16F87x Forth looks nice.+
Has anyone ported this to the 18F series yet?
I would like to use the 18F6585
I have a Forth metacompiler that I ported from the 6800 & CP/M to the M68HC11F1 and MacForth, some years ago.
David A Cary Says:
Several Forths for Microchip PICs are listed at http://forthfreak.net/index.cgi?PicForth, including 2 Forths for the Microchip PIC 18F series.+
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