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Re: [gforth] A single-board computer with Gforth support?

From: Carsten Strotmann
Subject: Re: [gforth] A single-board computer with Gforth support?
Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2016 13:20:36 +0200
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Hello Koz,

Koz Ross writes:

> Thus, I have two questions:
> 1) Is there actually an SBC with support for Gforth similar to the SBCs
> supporting proprietary Forths described in that thread?

it depends how you define "Single Board Computer", the term is kind of
blurry today.

The "normal" gforth needs a POSIX compliant OS running on the board,
like Linux.

I use gforth on the GNUBlin Board,
the Intel Galileo and the
Raspberry Pi These might be seen as SBC.

And then there is Gforth-ec, the embedded version of gforth, which
supports many processor types and can run on bare hardware (without an
OS). To use gforth-ec, you usually need to write some kind of
initialization code for your board.

Best regards


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