This was called Pygmy Forth originally, but to distinguish it from the new 32/64-bit Pygmy Forth, I’ll call the 16-bit version Pygmy for DOS or Pygmy Forth for DOS.
The 16-bit Pygmy Forth for DOS runs on just about any sort of DOS, including a DOS box in Windows and in the DOS emulator on Linux. It comes with complete source code and the ability to regenerate itself (i.e., to make custom versions of itself). It is freely usable for any purpose. (Much of it was derived from Charles Moore’s cmFORTH.)
Version 1.7 released May, 2007. BSD/MIT/X-style license, Shadow blocks and various bonus disk items are included in the main distribution.
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