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Simple Forth Interpreter

The Simple Forth Interpreter is a Java implementation of a subset of the ANS Forth language. The goal of SFI is to develop a small interpreter to be embedded in any application and provide scripting functionality with low resources.

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  •  26 Mar 2004 03:33

    Release Notes: After some testing, the last release candidate has become 1.0. The Javadoc documentation has been updated and added to the package.

    •  07 Feb 2004 20:59

      Release Notes: An important bug was fixed in TOK_NWORD comments and quoted strings parsing.

      •  02 Feb 2004 17:25

        Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for the first public version. It provides an API to communicate between the host application and the Forth code. Constants, variables, and user-defined words are accessible from Java code, and a way to define system words in Java is also provided in order to extend the interpreter easily. The package includes an example interpreter integrated in an AWT applet.


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