Fwd: FISH: A free Reference Model Flash resident FORTH for the NXP LPC1114 and LPC812:

Started by "Leo...@btinternet.com [lpc2000]" May 24, 2014
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Subject: FISH: A free Reference Model Flash resident FORTH for the NXP
LPC1114 and LPC812:
Date: Sat, 24 May 2014 10:16:51 +0000 (UTC)
From: Microcontroller Central
To: Leon Heller

http://www.mediafire.com/download/f00by91pikiw0w6/FISH_FORTH_NXP_M0_PubRel_v1.4.zip

--- >From the Glossary: FISH is a 32-BIT Flash resident Forth. FISH: By
Clyde W. Phillips Jr. and A-TEAM FORTH.Copyright 2013-2014 This FISH
document enumerates and explains a Reference Model (RM) FISH word set
for all ARM 32bit processors. As such FISH uses 32bit word alignment
padding, which is done with 0FFh. FISH is a Flash resident FORTH
Reference Model interpreter / compiler for the Cortex-M0/M0+. FISH is a
modernized F83-ish standard. FISH is richly featured: FLASH_SAVE of code
in Ram, a reserved RUN turnkey word, multi-line comments and a slimmed
down categorized dictionary are some highlights of it's intention to
support application development on modern micro-controllers. FISH is
presently running on the NXP LPC1114 and '812 SoC's utilizing 4kRAM.
Versions for other Cortex M_ variants are in development. Questions and
sorely needed contributions can be facilitated by emailing me at cwpjr02
at gmail.com.

Posted by: Leon Heller


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