32 bit (and other) versions of Eforth. 
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 32 bit (and other) versions of Eforth.

An article recently posted to comp.lang.forth asked about 32 bit versions
of EForth.  I did a keyword search on eforth on a semi-recent copy of FIG's
database on GEnie, and came up with the following.  These files are
available in FIG's library on GEnie, through the FTP server, or through
FNEAS.  Please see the FAQ messages for accessing those services.
        -Doug

  8086EFORTH32 (#2338) - 149940 bytes - on 910102 - by C.TING
    Keywords:  eForth, implementation, utility, metacompiler

    Author: Rick VanNorman
    Contact: Dr. C. H. Ting, (415)571-7639
    32 bit eForth implementation for 80x8x IBM-PC/XT/AT and clones.
    Fully optimized code with lots of utilities.
    Generated by metacompilation.  Metacompiler included.
    This implementation contains many eForth code examples which are
    very useful for people who want to develop applications based
    on eForth

  BAR120690.ARC (#2278) - 6300 bytes - on 901207 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  CONFERENCE, FIGGY, BAR, ARC'd, APPLE, RTX, SC32, SUPER-8, 83i96, eFORTH, POSTPONE

     FIGGY BAR of 6 Dec 1990 (ARC'd). Items discussed include Apple Conference,
     Harris & RTX, Silicon Composers & SC32 (APL32), debugging, 83i96, Forth
     workstation, Amiga 3000, 68008, Bill Muench, eForth, POSTPONE vs [COMPILE]

  BAR1206.90 (#2277) - 11340 bytes - on 901207 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  CONFERENCE, FIGGY, BAR, TEXT, APPLE, RTX, SC32, SUPER-8, 83i96, eFORTH, POSTPONE

     FIGGY BAR of 6 Dec 1990 (text).  Items discussed include Apple Conference,
     Harris & RTX, Silicon Composers & SC32 (APL32), debugging, 83i96, Forth
     workstation, Amiga 3000, 68008, Bill Muench, eForth, POSTPONE vs [COMPILE]

  BAR080990.ARC (#2185) - 7560 bytes - on 900810 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  CONFERENCE, FIGGY, BAR, ARC'd, GENIE, PROMO, FREE, RAGSDALE, HAYDON, EFORTH, FORTH/C

     FIGGY BAR of 9 Aug 1990(ARC'd). Items discussed include: GEnie Forth RT
     August promotions (free access areas, Bill Ragsdale and Glen Haydon
     conferences, Hacker's test, survey), C. H. Ting and Bill Muench crafted
     bootstrap eForth, Forth vs C.

  BAR0809.90 (#2184) - 15120 bytes - on 900810 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  CONFERENCE, FIGGY, BAR, TEXT, GENIE, PROMO, FREE, RAGSDALE, HAYDON, EFORTH, FORTH/C

     FIGGY BAR of 9 Aug 1990(text). Items discussed include: GEnie Forth RT
     August promotions (free access areas, Bill Ragsdale and Glen Haydon
     conferences, Hacker's test, survey), C. H. Ting and Bill Muench crafted
     bootstrap eForth, Forth vs C.

  EFI386.ARC (#2572) - 26112 bytes - on 920122 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  32, bit, eForth, djp, Gnu, C, i386

    32 bit eForth for dos as posted to UseNet comp.lang.forth by
    author. Created using a djp port of Gnu C to the i386.

  HC11E4TH.ZIP (#2537) - 53632 bytes - on 911119 - by D.PHILIPS3
    Keywords:  HC11, 68HC11, EFORTH, ROM, EPROM, SOURCE, FREEWARE, ASSEMBLER

    This public-domain 68hc11 eforth uses the Motorola FREEWARE assembler,
    not MASM as do other eforths.  The .ZIP file contains a copy of the
    FREEWARE assembler for the PC, as well as a copy of the assembler
    reference manual.  The source assembles to a 7Kbyte object file; the
    object fits into and runs from a 27c64 EPROM.

  PDSYS90.ARC (#2515) - 42496 bytes - on 911028 - by ELLIOTT.C
    Keywords:  public domain, F-PC, ZEN, IBM, UNIX, CP/M, , MVP, eForth, PYGMY

    messages mostly about public domain Forths May 1989 - December 1990

  Z80EFORTH.ZIP (#2491) - 98944 bytes - on 910827 - by C.TING
    Keywords:  EFORTH, SYSTEM, DIRECT-THREADED, Z80, MSDOS, MASM, SOURCE

    eForth is a small portable Forth design for a wide range of
    microprocessors.  This implementation for Z80 microprocessor
    on an IBM-PC/XT/AT personal computer demonstrates the poratbility
    of the eForth Model. The MASM source file is provided so that you can
    easily rewrite it for your target Z80 system.
    From: Ken Chen, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C.

  ECBE4TH.ZIP (#2427) - 28800 bytes - on 910508 - by B.KIBLER
    Keywords:  68K, eforth, assembler, 68000, 68020

    this is the converted 68keforth converted to 68k assembler from the MASM sou
    provided in the library. The macros have been removed and the UM/MOD
    now works on both 68K and 68020 systems. It has been assembled using two
    different assemblers and test on two different systems.*s

  EFORTH51.ZIP (#2334) - 39060 bytes - on 901226 - by JAX
    Keywords:  eForth, source, assemble, masm, 8051, rom, embedded, control

    The latest installment in Muench & Ting's series of PD MASM-assembleable
    Forths for the '90's - eForth for the 8051 is a user-modifiable demo system
    and is ROMmable.

  MUENCH.ARC (#2328) - 6300 bytes - on 901214 - by GARY-S
    Keywords:  CONFERENCE, GUEST, ARC'd, BILL, MUENCH, EFORTH, ASM, FORTH, PORTS, COMPILING, PLANS

     Minutes of the Special GEnie Forth RT Conference(ARC'd) 13 December 1990
     with Bill Muench, president of Ontologic, and coauthor of eForth. Bill
     discussed eForth, the .asm Forth kernel for the 90's.

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