We have collection of more than 1 Million open source products ranging from Enterprise product to
small libraries in all platforms. We aggregate information from all open source repositories.
Search and find the best for your needs. Check out projects section.
A Perl based interpreter for a language which is a blend of Forth and APL. The power of lang5 stems from its arrays operations in conjunction with the underlying Forth programming paradigm of bottom up programming.
Everything related to forth programming that has been discussed on the comp.lang.forth usenet newsgroup. The site is dedicated towards improving portability between forth implementations, providing surveys, example implementations, and library modules.
This is fast 32bit FORTH system for PalmOS 2.x/6.x having the following features: Programming directly on PalmOS device, Full ANS 94 compatibility, Fast 32bit and 64bit arithmetic, Multitasking kernel, Supporting PalmOS from 2.0 to 6.0
Ripley is a programming language that is somewhere between Forth and Postscript in terms of syntax. It is written in Ruby. There are several interesting techniques that were used to build Ripley including code generation for the individual language ops,
Jx9 is an embeddable scripting engine that implements a Turing complete programming language based on JSON. Jx9 is the ideal library to use in applications that require modern and efficient scripting support such as games, database systems, text editors, network applications and so forth. Jx9 also natively supports multi-threading and the concept of separate engine handles and virtual machines.
Forth Script is a server-side web scripting engine based on FORTH language. It may work as CGI-application under any web-server and lets you create dynamic web-pages using Forth language, HTML patterns and database's data. Example: http://www.delosoft.com
C language implementation of my BIF 6809 variant of fig-FORTH. May be interesting to programmers with C background who want to understand the high-level version of the low-level of FORTH. Those requiring a fully functioning FORTH may look elsewhere.