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The ilo virtual computer. This is mostly used with Konilo, a Forth based computing system.
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Additional block sets for use with Konilo. These need to be added to your personal block set before use, and most will require the basic 128 blocks from the main repository to be loaded (specifically, the (std) and (termina) sets). This repository tracks vocabularies that extend the Konilo system. This includes vocabularies for host-specific functionality (e.g., Teensy & x86 i/o, and X11) as well as portable vocabularies (such as additional math words)
Updated 2024-07-06 18:25:54 +02:00
This holds the actual documentation on the Konilo system. Documentation very much a work-in-progress, and very incomplete at this point.
Updated 2024-07-02 19:14:24 +02:00
Block sets for use with Konilo. These need to be added to your personal block set before use, and most will require the basic 128 blocks from the main repository to be loaded (specifically, the (std) and (termina) sets). Some of these may also require vocabularies from the konilo-extensions repository.
Updated 2024-05-24 20:37:26 +02:00
Konilo is a personal computing system, written in a bespoke Forth dialect. It runs on the ilo computer. This repository contains the source code for the minimal Konilo kernel and the essential blocks. To build this you will need a copy of the pali assembler. To run it, you will need an ilo computer. These are not included in this repository.
Updated 2024-05-23 20:10:37 +02:00
An assembler for the ilo computer
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Retro is a modern, pragmatic Forth drawing influences from many sources. It's clean, elegant, small, easy to grasp, and adaptable to many tasks.
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