PropForth IDE for the Parallax Propeller

in code, compilers by the machinegeek | 2 comments


PropForth is a fully interactive development environment which runs on the Parallax Propeller allowing you to program the chip interactively in Forth using a PC serial terminal program. Their latest code release is Version 4.5.

According to their project description:

Propforth 4.5 introduces standardized interfaces (cog, serial, ethernet, etc), SD support (thanks caskaz), completed EEPROM filesystem support, forth code scripting (files that are loaded and interpreted as scripts that do not need to affect the dictionary), and Spinneret webserver support. The Spinneret support includes telnet, http, NTP, and RTC.

Check out the PropForth project download page for code, demos and docs. Also see the FAQ page.

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  1. voidptr says:

    the prop chic is really cool !

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