which forth do you guys use for normal day to day scripting and programming

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  • r4

    :r4 concatenative programming language with ideas from ColorForth.

    r4 is for 32bit https://github.com/phreda4/r4

  • r3d4

    r3 programing language for 64 bits Windows/Linux/Mac/Rasberry Pi 4

    r3 is in developent, the first https://github.com/phreda4/r3d4

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  • r3

    r3 programing language - ColorForth inspired (by phreda4)

    an the last https://github.com/phreda4/r3

  • spf


    I use SP-Forth (production), Gforth (testing).

  • gforth

    Gforth mirror on GitHub (original is on Savannah)

    I use SP-Forth (production), Gforth (testing).

  • zeptoforth

    A not-so-small Forth for Cortex-M

    I am the developer of zeptoforth, which is the main Forth I am using at the present. It supports the RP2040 (particularly the Raspberry Pi Pico, but it should work on other RP2040 boards), which I have been working with lately, and the STM32F407, STM32L476, and STM32F746 DISCOVERY boards. Note that it is not a desktop Forth; for that I would probably just recommend gforth.

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