Finding a Forth for the 8051/8031 
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 Finding a Forth for the 8051/8031

Category 3,  Topic 38
Message 41        Tue Feb 19, 1991
D.RUFFER [Dennis]            at 00:59 EST


Doug, did you catch the newest additions?

[I did.  Due to the vagaries of network delays, I managed to check
 GEnie just before those files were put into the library, but you didn't
 see my message until afterwards.  -Doug]

[I'll leave them here, and repeat my email offer at the end, in case some
 one missed this list before.  -dwp]

  No. File Name      Type Address       YYMMDD    Bytes
 2362 READ51.TXT      X   JAX           910216     7560
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #1
 2361 FORTH86.ZIP     X   JAX           910215   272160
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #2
 2360 F86DOCS.ZIP     X   JAX           910215   279720
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #3
 2359 MISC51.ZIP      X   JAX           910215    95760
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #4
 2358 FORTH51.ZIP     X   JAX           910215   163800
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #5
 2357 F51DOCS.ZIP     X   JAX           910213   296100
    KEEP  Desc: Payne's Embedded Controller Forth #6


 >      Ideally, this system would let me develop code on our
 > IBM-pc's, cross-compile to the 8051, and then execute it
 > there.

I believe that is the case with the code above.

 >      Additionally, I would also appreciate any information
 > people may have on Z-80 Forth interpreters.

If you know about the public domain versions, then I can't tell you much more.
However, I believe both LMI and FORTH, Inc. have some support for this chip.
Ray Duncan of LMI reads these messages and maybe he can tell you more about
his product.  I work for FORTH, Inc. and I will pass on you number to our
marketing people.  They should be contacting you soon.

DaR

[ If anyone would like a copy of one/more/all of these files, please
  drop me a note at one of the addresses at the end of this message.
  All binary files are UUencoded.  Files are then split (if necessary)
  into mailer-acceptable sized pieces and then mailed to you.
  In order for me to answer your request, you must:
      Include the line containing the file name. (so I know what you want.)
      Include your email address in the body of the message.  You must
          include an address *relative to* the InterNet or well known
          UseNet site.
  -dwp]
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Sat, 07 Aug 1993 20:38:44 GMT  
 
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