I only recently learned about amforth (I guess I'd heard of it, but hadn't looked at it yet). I was especially interested in having it run on ARM, but I don't have the experience it would take to figure out all the standard assembler stuff. I've always used Forth target compilers/assemblers in the past. If I could learn to install amforth on various ARM chips, that would be awesome. So far I prefer amforth to Mecrisp-Stellaris because it's so simple and easy to understand, like the old days on the Atari 800.
I've played with amforth a bit on an Arduino UNO and liked it a lot. I do wish there were more memory for block buffers, but that's a minor complaint. I'd be happy if there were a community of ARM amforth users to confer with and if I could get it going on various ARM boards. But if there isn't enough interest in that, then sticking with AVR is probably fine. Does anybody out there know how to get USB-HID working on an AVR 32u4 via amforth? That would be so wonderful! Thanks Erich for what you're doing! Charley On 6/28/2020 7:29 AM, Erich Wälde wrote:
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