Release Notes: This release changes the way the command interpreter deals with the words entered. User visible changes include a rename of various memory access words to comply with the upcoming standard. There are huge documentation updates and more example code as well. Some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression introduced in version 4.1 which may corrupt the flash and EEPROM memory during certain operations. New words which are currently being defined are now invisible for dictionary lookups until the definition is finished. A IEEE754 single precision floating point library is now available.
Release Notes: This release adds the necessary files to work with most of the current atmega controller types. It fixes a few bugs and adds some words to the kernel as well.
Release Notes: This release enhances the Arduino hardware support. A lot of internal changes ease the adaption for any atmega type with enough resources. The initial state of the machine control register is saved upon startup. There is one change for better standard conformity that may require code adaption.
Release Notes: This release adds the Arduino Platform and the Atmega2561. Some internal changes give access to the platform information as environment queries. There are documentation enhancements as well.
Release Notes: The application definition files now have full control over what gets included. The word i-store (I!) is turned into a deferred word to enable application specific actions at runtime. It was re-coded in pure assembly to make it easier to integrate it into existing bootloaders. The terminal command prompt is now handled by its own words and can thus easily be changed. The PAD region is no longer used by the system itself. There are a few major bugfixes as well. The core system is smaller in size than in previous versions.
Release Notes: Double cell numbers can be entered directly. The library contains various bugfixes as well. Some internal changes affect the way the memories are structured. Users may need to adapt their applications.
Release Notes: This is both a feature enhancement and a cleanup release. A few new words are added to deal with terminals and (forth-) environment. There are a few internal enhancements to run on big ATmegas and ATXmegas in a future release.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release. It adds a few minor capabilities such as a non-interrupt but small send routine for the serial terminal and a word that looks for the name field for given Forth XT.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the number base prefixes and fixes a few bugs. There are a few internal changes as well.