This is a new RetroForth. It runs on a little virtual computer
napia. The RetroForth system is compiled and provided
napia.rom, and a set of blocks (used for storage of code &
data) are provided as
Some quick notes:
The napia source is provided in C and Python.
Documentation is not yet present. This is being worked on; we hope to have it complete by the end of 2022.
The RetroForth image source code is not included in the snapshots, but is available via either Fossil or Git. See napia.retroforth.org (via gemini or http[s]) for details.
core:init core:activate core:pause core:resume core:read-reg core:write-reg core:solo
int:set int:enable int:disable int:ivt int:setup int:assign interrupt