Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 12th Nov 2002 20:39 UTC, submitted by bland est
General Development Forth has been a recognized programming language since the 1970's. ColorForth is a redesign of this classic language for the 21st century. It also draws upon a 20-year evolution of minimal instruction-set microprocessors. Now implemented on modern PCs, it runs stand-alone without an operating system. Applications are recompiled from source with a simple optimizing compiler.
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color syntax meets embedded language
by bear on Wed 13th Nov 2002 00:15 UTC

I've always loved forth, it was one of the first languages I ever implemented on my own.
The only niggle I have is why choose red and green - for color blind people like myself, that combination is un-readable.
anywho, love the news about Forth.