Release Notes: The major focus for this release is documentation. It is completely rewritten and reformatted. It now includes many recipes and howtos. Among the more internal changes are some new words and a new experimental feature called scope which makes it possible to automatically place a new word in other wordlists.
Release Notes: This release adds support for 1wire devices (due to work being done for the 4e4th.eu project) and improves power save strategies. Furthermore, it comes with a lot more documentation on the Web site: topics like timers as well as developer tools like profiler and debugger. Some Arduino relevant enhancements are made. There are now some rudimentary compiler safety checks. Some minor bugs are fixed as well.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new shell program to access the command prompt. It has command history, command completion with tab, and full access to all registers and bits by name without filling the dictionary on the controller. The library section is restructured and expanded. Some small bugs were fixed as well.
Release Notes: This release adds the last missing word from the Forth Standard CORE Wordset: EVALUATE. Some debugger tasks like a call tracer and a profiler are available now. Optional support for unified memory addresses is added. Internal changes open the road to more features like LOCALs. A few bugs are fixed.
Release Notes: This release allows REFILL and SOURCE to be changed at runtime. The multitasker can now be used in turnkey applications. There are some new words from the strings standard word set. The documentation is improved, and some new utilities, including a call tracer, are added.
Release Notes: This release adds or changes a few words useful for microcontroller programming.
Release Notes: This is a cleanup release. There are many documentation updates for the reference card and the new recognizer concept as well. Many internal code changes are applied. Some new forth words are added.
Release Notes: This release changes the way the command interpreter deals with the words entered. User visible changes include a rename of various memory access words to comply with the upcoming standard. There are huge documentation updates and more example code as well. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression introduced in version 4.1 which may corrupt the flash and EEPROM memory during certain operations. New words which are currently being defined are now invisible for dictionary lookups until the definition is finished. A IEEE754 single precision floating point library is now available.
Release Notes: This release adds the necessary files to work with most of the current atmega controller types. It fixes a few bugs and adds some words to the kernel as well.