You can download here release 5.2 of a
32-bit ISO console Forth for MS-Windows
This is one of the Forth's that can be generated by the ciforth generic system at github:
ciforth, computer intelligence Forth.
The archive has a binary download, ready to run,
with documentation ready to be viewed or printed.
It is dll-based (as opposed to dpmi-based) with long filenames and access to DLL libraries. You can make executables that uses DLL's that are opened on a (different) target system. hence in principle to all facilities of MS-Windows. The built-in commands however only use kernel32.dll.
A stable beta release for MS-Windows (2017 oct) is available in 64-bit and 32-bit . An important addition is a floating point package. The github archive for ciforth contains all corresponding source material, and a wiki.
The latest snapshot release for MS-Windows (2020 oct) is available here in 64-bit.
NOTE: The 2017 64 bit archive did not properly compile to stand alone executables, but this snapshot release does.
release 4 version is still available,
as there still may be some programs on this website
that require this version. .
Version 4.0.7 will be the last release for DPMI : DOS protected mode interface.
Simply unzip this file in a separate directory and start wina.com
preferably from the DOS prompt.
At last this is an official release and you can file bug reports against it.
is a dead link now, because
Simtel shut down.
A very old
snapshot (beta) version is also available.
Do .SIGNON once you are in Forth, to find out what version you have.
Go to the home page of Albert van der Horst