The Embeddable Forth Command Interpreter
The Embeddable Forth Command Interpreter is a Forth interpreter and compiler (the compiler part is optional) that was written specifically with the the intention in mind that it will be linked into much larger C programs to provide a command line for debugging, hardware bring up, testing, calibration / manufacturing support purposes.
I have started to document some of the internals, design decisions, compliance to standards etc. You can find whatever is ready in the Documentation page.
The Embeddable Forth Command Interpreter is free software that can be used in commercial products under the MIT license.
The software package is published under the this license:
Copyright (c) 2014 Andras Zsoter
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You can download the Embeddable Forth Command Interpreter from the Downloads page of this website.