Release Notes: This release cleans up the code and adds some error checking for critical routines to make the system more robust. Some code parts were moved to other words for easier customization.
Release Notes: This release adds the words LEAVE and ?DO. There are many internal changes, and some sample applications that demonstrate how to deploy amforth.
Release Notes: This release turns amforth into a library. Other important changes are new words such as the DEFER/IS group and WDR (watchdog reset) and double cell compares. All words now have ANS94 stack effects.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs and introduces a few more words. A reference card has been added. Some controller types have been removed for now; with a little modification, they will work again.
Release Notes: This release enhances the string handling with words like parse and s". The controller can now be put into sleep modes and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Amforth now enables all interrupt sources without recompilation. The Top-Of-Stack element is now stored in a register pair, which significantly increases speed. A lot of new double and mixed precision arithmetic words were added.
Release Notes: This release summarizes a lot of internal changes to ease customization for different targets. Some new words for double cell operation have been added, and usage of RAM has been decreased. The Web site has a huge documentation update for every word.
Release Notes: This is a code cleanup release. It fixes a few bugs and introduces some new words for easier deployment on non-serial I/O channels.
Release Notes: This release adds more words from the standard word sets and fixes a few nasty bugs. There are a lot of internal changes.
Release Notes: This release enhances the robustness of the system and adds a few new forth words. Division now works for signed numbers. A new optional dictionary is added.