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2 .gitignore
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+*cache
+*.back.aip
4 Makefile
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+all: installer
+
+installer: gforth-0.7.0.aip
+ AdvancedInstaller /build gforth-0.7.0.aip
40 dist/AUTHORS
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+Authors of Gforth (alphabetically listed, format as Linux CREDITS):
+
+N: Anton Ertl
+E: anton@mips.complang.tuwien.ac.at
+D: Project initiator, C based primitives, locals, gray, manual
+D: Release manager
+
+N: Neal Crook
+E: neal@pinga.free-online.co.uk
+D: manual, glossary entries
+
+N: Bernd Paysan
+E: bernd.paysan@gmx.de
+D: Project leader, kernel, cross compiler, non-Unix ports based on GCC
+S: Stockmannstr. 14
+S: D-81477 M�nchen
+S: Germany
+P: 1024/382CA8ED 1C 0D 4D 0C 69 00 40 1E 04 BD 96 A3 7B DF 05 B1
+
+N: Jens Wilke
+E: wilke@jwdt.com
+D: Embedded Control versions (non-gcc), cross compiler refinement
+
+-----
+Copyright (C) 1998,2000,2003,2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+This file is part of Gforth.
+
+Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
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+You can find more recent bug reports at
+http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=gforth
+
+gforth.el: indentation does not work right on the first line of a
+buffer. anton 27jan95
+
+Conditional compilation continues after the file ends. This is allowed
+by the standard (through an ambiguous condition), but the compiler
+should at least produce a warning. anton 27jan95
+
+QUERY and TIB may behave differently than some may expect. TIB always
+points to the current SOURCE, and QUERY puts its result there. anton
+28nov96
+
+open-path-file expands "./" into the sourcefilename. It should either
+not expand "./" or provide a mechanism that allows the application to
+determine what "./" should expand to. anton 16jun98
+
+gforth.el: Typing <ret> does not work when tabs separate words in a
+line, and there is a \-comment at the end of the line. anton 19feb00
+
+SEE does not work when the control structure is too complex (e.g.,
+load http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/forth/pentomino.fs and then do
+SEE NEXT-PIECE). anton 5mar2000
+
+Include cannot handle lines longer than 255 characters. anton 4sep00
+
+Errors happening during a LOAD do not report the offending word and
+its context (e.g., the 64-byte line). anton 8sep00
+
+Our ecvt routine apparently does not work correctly for Infs and NaNs.
+Try "ac_cv_func_ecvt=no ./configure; make" and then in Gforth: "1e 0e
+f/ f. 0e 0e f/ f.". anton 25sep00
+
+Our ecvt routine does not round correctly, e.g., 0.25->0.3. Marcel
+Hendrix 3oct00 <8rdcmd$j96$1@news.IAEhv.nl>
+
+Newline has only LF (instead of CRLF) in DOS. Bruce Hoyt 25oct2000
+<39f7b14b$2@clear.net.nz>
+
+F. does not print trailing zeroes (e.g., "10 SET-PRECISION 125e f.")
+anton 31may01
+
+Block 0 does not work as it should: "0 block drop update save-buffers"
+does not write to the blocks file. "0 block 1024 dump" seems to give
+the previous contents of the buffer. Travis Bemann 10jul2001
+<3b4b4f57$0$42883$272ea4a1@news.execpc.com>
+
+When accessing a block beyond the end of the block file, the result is
+filled with spaces (this is also documented). However, when accessing
+a previously unwritten block before the end of the block file, we will
+get a block full of zeroes on most (all?) OSs. This inconsistency
+should be eliminated and the documentation fixed. anton 14jul2001
+
+Path handling may have a bug:
+strace $FORTH 'fpath= .|~+/gforth s" /home/anton/threading-variations/gforth/mach32b.fs" include gforth/kernel/main.fs bye'
+tries to open gforth/kernel/gforth/kernel/aliases.fs, then
+gforth/gforth/kernel/aliases.fs, but not gforth/kernel/aliases.fs.
+anton 3 sep 2001
+
+gforth-native does not deal correctly with inline arguments in static
+superinstructions: when using lit_lit, the wrong literals are put into
+the native code (probably due to wrong assumptions about argument
+offsets). 6 nov 2003
+
+finish-code changes the stack for gforth-fast with --enable-force-reg
+(probably for gforth-native too). Apparently ecx (spTOS) is neither
+saved by engine, nor by finish_code().
+
+Wrong decompilation:
+create foo
+5 constant bar
+: xxx foo bar ;
+simple-see xxx
+16 nov 2005
+
+Debian's gforth's etags.fs crashes (probably due to path problems)
+on b3:
+gforth etags.fs
+16 nov 2005
+
+-----
+Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2003,2005,2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+This file is part of Gforth.
+
+Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
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+# Procedures to build gforth from the CVS sources
+
+#use this with parameters and env variables like "configure"
+
+#Copyright (C) 2000,2002,2003,2006,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+#This file is part of Gforth.
+
+#Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+#modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+#as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+#of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
+#GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+#along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
+
+
+# created: 2may00jaw
+
+# To build gforth from scratch you need autoconf, automake and a
+# gforth-0.6.2
+
+./autogen.sh &&
+./configure "$@" &&
+echo Running: make &&
+make &&
+make doc &&
+make more
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+Copyright (C) 2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+ This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
+unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
+
+Some benchmark results for various combinations of hardware, Gforth
+version, and Gforth configuration. Unless specified otherwise, the
+default configurations were used. You can measure your combination
+with `make bench'. You can find a table comparing Gforth with six
+interpretive Forth systems in the manual (Section Performance), and a
+comparison with more systems in
+http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/papers/ertl&maierhofer95.ps.gz.
+
+All times are given in seconds of user time.
+
+Results with Gforth 0.7.0 (for comparing CPUs and C compilers):
+AMD64:
+sieve bubble matrix fib
+ 0.160 0.236 0.072 0.248 0.7.0; Core 2 3GHz (Xeon 5160); gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-5)
+ 0.152 0.208 0.076 0.244 0.7.0; Core 2 3GHz (Xeon 5160); gcc-4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)
+ 0.132 0.184 0.104 0.292 0.7.0; Core 2 3GHz (Xeon 5160); gcc-4.2.0
+ 0.264 0.380 0.116 0.432 0.7.0; K8 2.2Ghz (Athlon 64 X2 4400+); gcc-3.3.6 (Debian 1:3.3.6-15)
+ 0.264 0.372 0.120 0.400 0.7.0; K8 2.2Ghz (Athlon 64 X2 4400+); gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-5)
+ 0.176 0.244 0.100 0.308 0.7.0; K8 2.2Ghz (Athlon 64 X2 4400+); gcc-4.0.4 20060904 (prerelease) (Debian 4.0.3-7)
+ 0.356 0.540 0.112 0.388 0.7.0; K8 2.2Ghz (Athlon 64 X2 4400+); gcc-4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)
+ 0.292 0.420 0.124 0.480 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-3.3.6 (Debian 1:3.3.6-15)
+ 0.292 0.416 0.132 0.440 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-8)
+ 0.209 0.281 0.118 0.373 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 246); gcc-4.0.0
+ 0.192 0.268 0.112 0.340 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-4.0.4 20060904 (prerelease) (Debian 4.0.3-7)
+ 0.216 0.268 0.112 0.340 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-4.1.3 20080623 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.2-23)
+ 0.216 0.272 0.112 0.392 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-4.2.4 (Debian 4.2.4-3)
+ 0.192 0.276 0.108 0.360 0.7.0; K8 2GHz (Opteron 270); gcc-4.3.1
+IA32:
+ 0.245 0.287 0.156 0.376 0.7.0; Pentium 4 Northwood 2.26GHz; gcc-2.95.4 20011002 (Debian prerelease)
+ 0.253 0.350 0.143 0.392 0.7.0; Pentium 4 Northwood 2.26GHz; gcc-3.3.5 (Debian 1:3.3.5-13)
+ 0.258 0.335 0.138 0.386 0.7.0; Pentium 4 Northwood 2.26GHz; gcc-3.4.4 20050314 (prerelease) (Debian 3.4.3-13sarge1)
+PowerPC:
+ 0.644 0.740 0.320 0.992 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-2.95.4 20011002 (Debian prerelease)
+ 1.740 1.884 1.440 2.264 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-3.2.3 (Debian)
+ 0.680 0.824 0.324 1.068 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-3.3.6 (Debian 1:3.3.6-15)
+ 0.700 0.832 0.332 1.056 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-8)
+ 0.600 0.688 0.348 0.988 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-4.0.3 20060128 (prerelease) (Debian 4.0.2-8)
+ 0.972 1.108 0.400 1.180 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-4.1.3 20080623 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.2-23)
+ 0.584 0.668 0.348 0.968 0.7.0; PPC7447A 1066MHz (iBook G4 1GHz); gcc-4.3.2
+PowerPC64:
+ 0.311 0.389 0.213 0.502 0.7.0; PPC970 2GHz (PowerMac G5); gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-5)
+ 0.279 0.411 0.183 0.519 0.7.0; PPC970 2GHz (PowerMac G5); gcc-4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)
+Alpha:
+ 0.710 1.392 1.118 1.159 0.7.0; Alpha 21264B 800MHz; gcc-2.95.4 20011002 (Debian prerelease)
+ 0.840 0.916 0.973 0.961 0.7.0; Alpha 21264B 800MHz; gcc-3.3.6 (Debian 1:3.3.6-15)
+ 0.760 0.991 0.909 1.008 0.7.0; Alpha 21264B 800MHz; gcc-3.4.6 (Debian 3.4.6-5)
+ 0.670 1.070 0.932 0.968 0.7.0; Alpha 21264B 800MHz; gcc-4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21)
+ 1.047 1.907 1.273 1.309 0.7.0; Alpha 21264 500MHz; gcc-2.95.2 19991024 (release)
+IA64:
+ 1.000 1.120 0.710 1.680 0.7.0; Itanium II 900MHz (HP rx2600); gcc-4.1.1
+ARM:
+ 1.850 2.330 1.750 2.190 0.7.0; ARM Xscale-IOP80321 600MHz; gcc-3.3.6 (Debian 1:3.3.6-15)
+SPARC:
+ 2.133 2.855 1.536 1.970 0.7.0; UltraSparc T1 1GHz; gcc-3.4.3 (csl-sol210-3_4-branch+sol_rpath)
+ 2.114 2.665 1.494 1.912 0.7.0; UltraSparc T1 1GHz; gcc-4.0.2
+
+Other results (for historical perspective):
+
+Between 0.6.2 and 0.7.0:
+sieve bubble matrix fib platform and version
+ 3.51 3.91 3.54 4.07 Xscale IOP321 (Iyonix) 600MHz; 2007-03-12; gcc-3.3.6
+ 1.96 2.42 1.97 2.23 Xscale IOP321 (Iyonix) 600MHz; 2007-03-18; gcc-3.3.6; ./configure CC=gcc-3.3 arm_cacheflush=arch/arm/cacheflush1 --enable-force-reg
+ 2.0 2.3 1.8 2.0 UltraSparc T1 (Sun Fire T1000) 1GHz; Solaris 2.10; gcc-4.0.2; 2007-03-13
+ 0.930 1.070 0.390 1.160 PPC7447a (G4) 1066MHz; Linux; gcc-4.1.2; gforth-0.6.9-20080716; configure GCC_PR15242_WORKAROUND=1
+ 0.970 1.120 0.400 1.190 PPC7447a (G4) 1066MHz; Linux; gcc-4.1.2; gforth-0.6.9-20080716
+ 0.75 1.04 0.41 1.14 PPC7447a (G4) 1066MHz; Linux; gcc-4.1.0; gforth-0.6.2-20060409
+ 0.249 0.302 0.156 0.394 Pentium 4 2.26 (Northwood); gcc-2.95.4; gforth-0.6.9-20080716
+ 0.156 0.252 0.076 0.248 Xeon 5160 (3GHz); gcc-4.1.2 20061115 (prerelease) (Debian 4.1.1-21); gforth-0.6.9-20080716
+
+0.6.2 and older results:
+siev bubble matrix fib machine and configuration
+ 0.56 0.63 0.36 0.79 Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 (1GHz); gcc-2.95.4; gforth-0.6.2 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.21 0.33 0.14 0.36 Athlon 64 3200+ (2GHz, 1MB L2); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.2 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.23 0.34 0.14 0.35 Athlon MP 2600+ (2GHz, 0.5MB L2); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.2 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.31 0.42 0.19 0.46 Athlon 1800+ (Palomino, 1.533GHz); gcc-2.95.3; gforth-0.5.9-20011224 -DFORCE_REG; ELF with dynamic superinstructions
+ 0.37 0.52 0.24 0.61 Athlon 1200 (Thunderbird); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.5.9-20011224 -DFORCE_REG; ELF with dynamic superinstructions
+ 0.75 1.00 1.29 1.20 Athlon 1200 (Thunderbird); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.5.9-20011224 -DFORCE_REG; ELF before dynamic superinstructions
+ 1.18 1.53 1.94 1.83 Athlon 800 (Thunderbird); gcc-3.0.2; gforth-0.5.9-20011202 -DFORCE_REG -DUSE_TOS; ELF
+ 1.31 1.67 2.16 1.97 Athlon 800 (Thunderbird); gcc-3.0.2; gforth-0.5.9-20011202 -DFORCE_REG -DUSE_TOS; ELF
+ 1.36 1.80 2.18 1.86 Athlon 800 (Thunderbird); gcc-3.0.2; gforth-0.5.9-20011202 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 1.10 1.46 1.91 1.77 Athlon 800 (Thunderbird); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.5.9-20011202 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 0.23 0.28 0.19 0.34 Pentium 4 2.26 (Northwood); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.2 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.26 0.29 0.19 0.37 Pentium 4 2.26 (Northwood); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.1 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.60 0.79 1.00 0.92 Pentium 4 2.26 (Northwood); gcc-2.95.3; gforth-0.5.0 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 0.55 0.73 0.32 0.66 Pentium-III 1000 (Coppermine); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.2 --enable-force-reg
+ 0.61 0.73 0.33 0.67 Pentium-III 1000 (Coppermine); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.1 --enable-force-reg
+ 1.09 1.32 1.62 1.62 Pentium-III 1000 (Coppermine); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.5.0 --enable-force-reg
+ 1.21 1.64 2.06 2.03 Athlon 750 (Thunderbird); gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.5.0 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 1.27 1.67 1.95 1.94 Pentium-III 750; gcc-2.95.2; gforth-0.5.0 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 0.63 0.89 0.46 0.89 Athlon 600; gcc-2.95.1; gforth-0.6.2-20030910 --enable-force-reg; ELF with native code generation
+ 0.85 1.15 0.55 1.29 Athlon 600; gcc-3.4-snapshot; gforth-0.6.2-20030910 --enable-force-reg; ELF with dynamic superinstructions
+ 0.81 1.09 0.51 1.23 Athlon 600; gcc-2.95.2; gforth-0.5.9-20011224 -DFORCE_REG; ELF with dynamic superinstructions
+ 1.07 1.25 0.58 1.34 Athlon 600; gcc-3.0.1; gforth-0.5.9-20011224 -DFORCE_REG; ELF with dynamic superinstructions
+ 1.52 2.09 2.56 2.59 Athlon 600; gcc-2.95.2; gforth-0.4.9 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 2.39 3.38 4.13 4.18 Celeron 450 (Mendocino); gcc-2.7.2.3 -DFORCE-REG -DDIRECT-THREADED; gforth-0.3.0; ELF
+ 1.97 2.84 3.21 3.24 Celeron 450 (Mendocino); gcc-2.95; gforth-0.4.9 -DFORCE_REG; ELF
+ 6.88 7.43 5.80 8.15 AMD K6-2 300MHz 1M PB cache 100MHz; gcc-2.7.2.3 -DFORCE-REG; gforth-0.4.0; ELF
+ 7.61 8.14 6.50 9.13 AMD K6-2 300MHz 1M PB cache 100MHz; gcc-2.95.1 -DFORCE-REG -DUSE_NO_TOS; gforth-0.4.9; ELF
+ 6.77 7.21 5.39 7.85 AMD K6-2 300MHz 1M PB cache 100MHz; gcc-2.95.1 -DFORCE-REG -DUSE_TOS; gforth-0.4.9; ELF
+ 5.91 6.89 5.99 7.63 Pentium-MMX 200MHz 512K PB cache; gcc-2.95 -DFORCE-REG -DUSE_TOS; gforth-0.4.9; ELF
+ 6.68 7.95 6.41 7.99 Pentium-MMX 200MHz 512K PB cache; egcs-1.1b -DFORCE-REG -DUSE_TOS; gforth-0.4.9; ELF
+ 7.09 7.70 7.20 8.74 Pentium-MMX 200MHz 512K PB cache; gcc-2.95 -DFORCE-REG; gforth-0.4.9; ELF
+ 7.23 7.81 7.22 8.47 Pentium-MMX 200MHz 512K PB cache; gcc-2.7.2.3 -DFORCE-REG; gforth-0.3.0; ELF
+ 7.36 8.16 7.73 9.04 Pentium-MMX 200MHz 512K PB cache; egcs-1.1b -DFORCE-REG; gforth-0.4.0; ELF
+10.91 11.94 11.24 13.13 Pentium 133MHz 256K PB cache; gcc-2.6.3 -DFORCE_REG; gforth-0.1beta; a.out
+11.16 11.86 10.64 12.53 Pentium 133MHz 512K PB cache; gcc-2.7.2p -DFORCE_REG, gforth-0.3.0; ELF
+12.62 13.56 11.04 14.97 AMD K6 166MHz 512K PB cache; gcc-2.7.2p -DFORCE_REG, gforth-0.3.0; ELF
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+Copyright (C) 2003,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
+unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
+
+
+ Prerequisites
+
+You need gcc version 2.0 or later to compile gforth.
+
+For the (documented) libcc.fs C interface you need a C compiler and
+libtool at run-time.
+
+For the (undocumented ) lib.fs C interface you need to install either
+the ffcall libraries or the libffi library. Libffi comes with recent
+gccs, ffcall can be found on
+
+ ftp://ftp.santafe.edu/pub/gnu/ffcall-1.8.tar.gz (USA)
+ ftp://ftp.ilog.fr/pub/Users/haible/gnu/ffcall-1.8.tar.gz (Europe)
+
+On many architectures (exceptions: 386, PPC, MIPS, Alpha) you need gdb
+at run-time in order for the disassembler to work.
+
+
+ Building and Installing
+
+First, type
+
+./configure
+
+(see Section Configuration Options below for details).
+
+After configuration, type
+
+make
+
+This includes a check whether your shiny new Forth system works. If
+you like to invoke the check alone, do
+
+make check
+
+You can run some benchmarks with
+
+make bench
+
+and compare them with the results in Benchres and in the manual.
+
+If everything is all right, you may want to install gforth. Type
+
+make install
+
+For paper documentation, print gforth.ps (a Postscript file (300dpi
+fonts, i.e., it works, but does not produce best quality on better
+printers)), or say
+
+make gforth.dvi
+
+and print the resulting file gforth.dvi. You can also get the
+documentation in HTML format by typing
+
+make html
+
+If you prefer plain ASCII documentation, you can
+
+make doc/gforth.txt
+
+or just concatenate the files gforth.info-* ('cat gforth.info-*' under
+Unix); the result of the latter option is a little worse.
+
+You can find binary distributions, documentation in HTML and plain
+text format and information on known installation problems at
+http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/forth/gforth/.
+
+
+ Configuration Options
+
+If you use GNU make, you can build in a directory different from the
+source directory by changing to the build directory and invoking
+configure thus:
+
+$srcdir/configure
+
+where $srcdir is the source directory. (Note that we tested this only
+for installation; i.e., if you want to hack the Gforth sources, you
+should probably build in the source directory).
+
+configure has the following useful parameters:
+ --prefix=PREFIX install architecture-independent files in PREFIX
+ [default: /usr/local]
+ --exec-prefix=PREFIX install architecture-dependent files in PREFIX
+ [default: same as prefix]
+ --help: tells you about other parameters.
+
+The file Benchres shows the best gforth-fast performance that we
+achieved.
+
+If you don't like the defaults for the installation directories, you
+should override them already during configure. E.g., if you want to
+install in the /gnu hierarchy instead of in the default /usr/local
+hierarchy, say
+
+./configure --prefix=/gnu
+
+Moreover, if your GCC is not called gcc (but, e.g., gcc-2.7.1), you
+should say so during configuration. E.g.:
+
+./configure CC=gcc-2.7.1
+
+You can also pass additional options to gcc in this way, e.g., if you
+want to generate an a.out executable under Linux with gcc-2.7.0:
+
+./configure CC="gcc -b i486-linuxaout -V 2.7.0"
+
+You can change the sizes of the various areas used in the default
+image `gforth.fi' by passing the appropriate Gforth command line
+options in the FORTHSIZES environment variable:
+
+./configure "FORTHSIZES=--dictionary-size=1048576 --data-stack-size=16k --fp-stack-size=16K --return-stack-size=15k --locals-stack-size=14848b"
+
+The line above reaffirms the default sizes. Note that the locals
+stack area is also used as input buffer stack.
+
+If C's "long long" do not work properly on your machine (i.e., if the
+tests involving double-cell numbers fail), you can build Gforth such
+that it does not use "long long":
+
+./configure ac_cv_sizeof_long_long=0
+
+For MacOS X on Core 2 processors, you might want to use the 64-bit
+version for increased speed (more registers available); you have to
+ask for that on configuration, as follows:
+
+./configure CC='gcc-4.2 -arch x86_64' --build=x86_64-apple-darwin9.4.0
+
+
+ Cross-Installation
+
+There is currently no simple way to do cross-installation of Gforth
+(apart from Gforth EC). The current build process interleaves
+compiling and running heavily, so multiple transfers between build and
+target machine would be required. We don't have a testing environment
+for cross-compilation, so we cannot fix this at the moment. If you
+want to do cross-installation, please contact us.
+
+In any case, you might find the following useful:
+
+You need a cross-compilation toolchain for your target including gcc
+(2.0 or later).
+
+The first step in cross-installation is the cross-configuration. A
+few tests made by the configure script do not work in a
+cross-compilation situation. You have to provide the results of these
+tests by hand. E.g., if you compile for an ARM:
+
+env skipcode=".skip 16" ac_cv_sizeof_char_p=4 ac_cv_sizeof_void_p=4 \
+ac_cv_sizeof_char=1 ac_cv_sizeof_short=2 ac_cv_sizeof_int=4 \
+ac_cv_sizeof_long=4 ac_cv_sizeof_long_long=8 ac_cv_sizeof_intptr_t=4 \
+ac_cv_sizeof_int128_t=0 ac_cv_sizeof_uint128_t=0 \
+ac_cv_c_bigendian=no ./configure CC=arm-elf-gcc --host=arm-linux
+
+The ac_cv_sizeof_... variables give the sizes of various C types;
+ac_cv_sizeof_char_p is the same as "sizeof(char*)" in C code. The
+ac_cv_c_bigendian variable gives the byte order. The skipcode
+specifies how to skip 16 bytes in the code (use "skipcode=no" to
+disable skipping and dynamic native code generation).
+
+
+ Preloading installation-specific code
+
+If you want to have some installation-specific files loaded when
+Gforth starts (e.g., an assembler for your processor), put commands
+for loading them into /usr/local/share/gforth/site-forth/siteinit.fs
+(if the commands work for all architectures) or
+/usr/local/lib/gforth/site-forth/siteinit.fs (for
+architecture-specific commands);
+/usr/local/lib/gforth/site-forth/siteinit.fs takes precedence if both
+files are present (unless you change the search path). The file names
+given above are the defaults; if you have changed the prefix, you have
+to replace "/usr/local" in these names with your prefix.
+
+By default, the installation procedure creates an empty
+/usr/local/share/gforth/site-forth/siteinit.fs if there is no such
+file.
+
+If you change the siteinit.fs file, you should run "make install"
+again for the changes to take effect (Actually, the part of "make
+install" starting with "rm gforth.fi" is sufficient).
+
+
+ Multiple Versions and Deinstallation
+
+Several versions of Gforth can be installed and used at the same
+time. Version `foo' can be invoked with `gforth-foo'. We recommend to
+keep the old version for some time after a new one has been installed.
+
+You can deinstall this version of Gforth with 'make uninstall' and
+version foo with 'make uninstall VERSION=foo'. 'make uninstall' also
+tells you how to uninstall Gforth completely.
+
+
+ Installing Info Files
+
+Info is the GNU project on-line documentation format. You can read
+info files either from within Emacs (Ctrl-h i) or using the
+stand-alone Info reader, 'info'.
+
+If you use the default install root of '/usr/local' then the info
+files will be installed in '/usr/local/info'.
+
+Many GNU/Linux distributions are set up to put all of their
+documentation in '/usr/info', in which case you might have to do a
+couple of things to get your environment set up to accommodate files
+in both areas:
+
+1. Add an INFOPATH environment variable. The easiest place to do
+this is '/etc/profile', right next to PATH and MANPATH:
+
+INFOPATH=/usr/local/info:/usr/info
+
+2. Create a file called 'dir' in 'usr/local/info'. Use the file
+'/usr/info/dir' as a template. You can add the line for gforth
+manually, or use '/sbin/install-info' (man install-info for details).
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+Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
+unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
+
+This file discribes how to install Gforth from a binary distribution
+(i.e., a distribution, where the package file name contains a
+machine/OS name).
+
+Installation is quite simple: Type
+
+make install
+
+and you are set. You can
+
+make check
+make bench
+
+first, to make sure that the binary works.
+
+If you want to know more: A binary distribution contains all the files
+of the source distribution, and a few more, in particular the
+executable `gforth'. The configuration options we used for creating it
+can be seen in config.status. Basically, we use the default; among
+other things, this means installation in the /usr/local hierarchy; if
+this does not suit you, "make distclean" and continue by reading
+INSTALL.
+
+The only deviation from the default is with respect to options like
+--enable-force-reg, which by default are not used, because they don't
+work with all versions of gcc; we use them, if they work with the
+compiler we use. We try to give you good performance, but two
+compatible machines may require different options for best performance
+(e.g., --enable-direct-threading is good for the 486, and bad for the
+Pentium).
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+Copyright (C) 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+This file is free documentation; the Free Software Foundation gives
+unlimited permission to copy, distribute and modify it.
+
+MS-DOS:
+
+You need DJ Delorie's port of GCC to DOS (DJGPP 2.0) to compile
+Gforth. DJGPP provides a DPMI client that allows to use the 32-bit
+features of the 80386, but on the other hand it requires at least a
+386. A DPMI host is also part of the DJGPP 2.0 package, this is
+required if you don't have a DPMI host yourself (Windows/OS/2/Linux
+DOS-box, Quemm or others).
+
+First run
+
+config
+
+config has the following useful parameters:
+ --enable-force-reg Use explicit register declarations if they appear in
+ the machine.h file. This can cause a good speedup,
+ but also incorrect code with some gcc versions on
+ some processors (default disabled).
+ --enable-direct-threaded Force direct threading. This may not work on
+ some machines and may cause slowdown on others.
+ (default disabled)
+ --enable-indirect-threaded Force indirect threading. This can cause a
+ slowdown on some machines.
+ (default enabled)
+
+OS/2:
+
+You need EMX 0.9c to compile Gforth. The EMX package provides all
+necessary Unix-like tools, tty and signal handling.
+
+Windows 95/Windows NT:
+
+You need the Cygnus Win32 package. This package currently is only in
+beta test, so expect bugs and quirks.
+
+If you don't want to install the DJGPP, CYGWIN32 or EMX package (quite
+large), look for a binary distribution of Gforth for DOS, Win32 or
+OS/2.
+
+You also must have a version of GNU make, because DOS/Win32/OS/2 make
+programs are likely to have problems with the Makefile. If you want to
+change Gforth, you may need GNU m4, too. Because DJGPP provides some
+use of long filenames under Windows 95, you should unpack the gforth
+package with a Windows-95-aware archiver (those from DJGPP or the
+Cygnus Win32-package come in mind), because otherwise gforth will not
+find the necessary files. With MS-DOS versions prior 7.0 or DR-DOS,
+these names are cut due to the 8.3 rule. This might confuse DJGPP
+2.0's make, you could use DJGPP 1.x's make instead. Gforth 0.4.0
+hasn't been compiled with a MS-DOS prior 7.0.
+
+Compiling under DOS or OS/2 has a number of quirks, and if it doesn't
+compile out of the box, you should know what you do. I therefore
+discourage unexperienced users to compile gforth themselves. There's a
+binary package for it anyway.
+
+Compiling using CygWin32 works a bit better, but there are still
+quirks. The package allows to "mount" Windows directories under
+typical unix locations. E.g. I installed the package in E:\cygnus, and
+then I mount /usr, /usr/local and /bin with
+
+./mount e:/cygnus /usr
+./mount e:/cygnus/H-i386-cygwin32 /usr/local
+./mount e:/cygnus/H-i386-cygwin32/bin /bin
+
+once. Each time I start CygWin32's bash, I set up the following variables:
+
+export TMPDIR=/usr/tmp
+export COMPILER_PATH=/usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/i386-cygwin32/cygnus-2.7.2-970404
+export LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/lib;/usr/local/lib"
+export C_INCLUDE_PATH=/usr/local/i386-cygwin32/include
+export GCC_DEFAULT_OPTIONS="-specs=$COMPILER_PATH/specs"
+export PATH=/bin:.:$PATH
+
+Write this into a script and source it in at each bash invocation, or
+put it into your .bashrc.
+
+If you don't bother and want to make it yourself, type
+
+configure
+
+configure has the following useful parameters:
+ --enable-force-reg Use explicit register declarations if they appear in
+ the machine.h file. This can cause a good speedup,
+ but also incorrect code with some gcc versions on
+ some processors (default disabled).
+ --enable-direct-threaded Force direct threading. This may not work on
+ some machines and may cause slowdown on others.
+ (default disabled)
+ --enable-indirect-threaded Force indirect threading. This can cause a
+ slowdown on some machines.
+ (default enabled)
+
+After covering all inconveniences, type
+
+make
+
+Now you can check whether your shiny new Forth system works. Say
+
+make test
+
+You can run some benchmarks with
+
+make bench
+
+and compare them with the results in Benchres and in the manual. DOS
+and OS/2 don't allow to run the benchmarks, since the command TIME
+means something different there.
+
+Don't try to do "make install" there, it won't work, either. It is not
+possible to "make dist" or "make bindist", too, because of the
+limitations of DOS command lines.
+
+Add the following entry to your Autoexec.bat:
+
+SET GFORTHPATH=<your gforth source directory>;.
+
+Use / instead of \ in your gforth source directory. Gforth now uses
+';' as path separator for DOS and OS/2 (not for Cygwin32), so you
+won't have problems with DOS pathes that may contain ':', which is the
+default path separator in Unix. Use ~+ for the current directory.
+
+For paper documentation, print gforth.ps (a Postscript file (300dpi
+fonts, i.e., it works, but does not produce best quality on better
+printers)), or say
+
+make gforth.dvi
+
+and print the resulting file gforth.dvi (you need TeX for that! But
+with TeX you can print it even if you don't have a Postscript printer
+nor Ghostscript). You could be able to make a HTML version of the
+document, but AFAIK there is no texi2html for DOS available, as there
+is no perl available. You should get the HTML pages from the same
+location where you got Gforth or from
+
+http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/forth/gforth/
+or
+ftp://ftp.complang.tuwien.ac.at/pub/forth/gforth/
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+#make dist targets (workaround for broken makes)
+#use GNU make if your make does not grok this.
+
+#Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2003,2006,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+#This file is part of Gforth.
+
+#Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+#modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+#as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+#of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
+#GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+#along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
+
+include Makefile
+
+#!! redundancy with engine/Makefile.in
+DOBJECTS=engine/*.o
+
+#stuff in a binonly distribution
+BINONLYDIST = config.status Makefile Makedist \
+ $(ENGINES) $(ENGINES_FAST) \
+ $(DOBJECTS) engine/config.h engine/Makefile \
+ engine/gforth$(EXE) engine/gforth-fast$(EXE) \
+ engine/gforth-ditc$(EXE) engine/gforth-itc$(EXE) \
+ $(addprefix engine/,$(PROFEXES)) \
+ stamp-h kernel/version.fs build-ec INSTALL.BINDIST
+
+#use dist targets only when srcdir=.
+ddist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+#use dist targets only when srcdir=.
+ddosdist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+ mkdir gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) | \
+ (cd gforth.$(DOSVERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(MV) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/engine/strsignal.c gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/engine/strsig.c
+ for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14; do \
+ $(MV) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/doc/gforth.info-$$i gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/doc/gforth.i$$i; \
+ done
+ zip -r9 gf$(DOSVERSION)dos.zip gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/*
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+
+#A source distribution contains only the things needed to install gforth,
+#without the documents.
+dsrcdist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-src-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+dsrconlydist: $(SOURCES)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-srconly-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+#A document distribution contains only the documents, which can be created
+#with MAKE.
+ddocdist: $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(DOCDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-doc-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+dhtmldist: html
+ $(TAR) html|gzip -9 >gforth-html-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+
+#a binary distribution contains the complete source distribution,
+# the objects, the executable and the links. the objects are there for making
+# make happy.
+dbindist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(STRIP) gforth-$(VERSION){,/engine}/gforth{,-fast,-ditc,-itc}$(EXE)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).bin.i686-pc-cygwin.tar.gz
+
+#All file names in a binary distribution
+distfiles:
+ @echo $(SOURCES) $(PRECISE) machpc.fs $(FORTH_GEN0) compat/strcomp.fs gforthmi kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+
+#makes a package with only the stuff not present in the source
+#package. For installation the source package is still needed!
+#This is useful if you want to distribute many binary versions in
+#little space (e.g., on floppy disk): Put the source package and
+#all the binonly packages you are interested in on the disk. The user
+#then just has to unpack the source and his favourite binonly into the
+#same directory and has a full binary distribution.
+dbinonlydist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) kernl16l.fi kernl16b.fi kernl32l.fi kernl32b.fi kernl64l.fi kernl64b.fi $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(BINONLYDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(STRIP) gforth-$(VERSION)/gforth$(EXE)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).binonly.i686-pc-cygwin.tar.gz
113 dist/Makedist.in
@@ -0,0 +1,113 @@
+#make dist targets (workaround for broken makes)
+#use GNU make if your make does not grok this.
+
+#Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2003,2006,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+#This file is part of Gforth.
+
+#Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+#modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+#as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+#of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.#See the
+#GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+#along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
+
+include Makefile
+
+#!! redundancy with engine/Makefile.in
+DOBJECTS=engine/*.o
+
+#stuff in a binonly distribution
+BINONLYDIST = config.status Makefile Makedist \
+ $(ENGINES) $(ENGINES_FAST) \
+ $(DOBJECTS) engine/config.h engine/Makefile \
+ engine/gforth$(EXE) engine/gforth-fast$(EXE) \
+ engine/gforth-ditc$(EXE) engine/gforth-itc$(EXE) \
+ $(addprefix engine/,$(PROFEXES)) \
+ stamp-h kernel/version.fs build-ec INSTALL.BINDIST
+
+#use dist targets only when srcdir=.
+ddist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+#use dist targets only when srcdir=.
+ddosdist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+ mkdir gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) | \
+ (cd gforth.$(DOSVERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(MV) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/engine/strsignal.c gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/engine/strsig.c
+ for i in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14; do \
+ $(MV) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/doc/gforth.info-$$i gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/doc/gforth.i$$i; \
+ done
+ zip -r9 gf$(DOSVERSION)dos.zip gforth.$(DOSVERSION)/*
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth.$(DOSVERSION)
+
+#A source distribution contains only the things needed to install gforth,
+#without the documents.
+dsrcdist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-src-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+dsrconlydist: $(SOURCES)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) | \
+ (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-srconly-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+#A document distribution contains only the documents, which can be created
+#with MAKE.
+ddocdist: $(DOCDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(DOCDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-doc-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+
+dhtmldist: html
+ $(TAR) html|gzip -9 >gforth-html-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+
+#a binary distribution contains the complete source distribution,
+# the objects, the executable and the links. the objects are there for making
+# make happy.
+dbindist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(STRIP) gforth-$(VERSION){,/engine}/gforth{,-fast,-ditc,-itc}$(EXE)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).bin.@host@.tar.gz
+
+#All file names in a binary distribution
+distfiles:
+ @echo $(SOURCES) $(PRECISE) machpc.fs $(FORTH_GEN0) compat/strcomp.fs gforthmi @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+
+#makes a package with only the stuff not present in the source
+#package. For installation the source package is still needed!
+#This is useful if you want to distribute many binary versions in
+#little space (e.g., on floppy disk): Put the source package and
+#all the binonly packages you are interested in on the disk. The user
+#then just has to unpack the source and his favourite binonly into the
+#same directory and has a full binary distribution.
+dbinonlydist: $(SOURCES) $(FORTH_GEN0) @KERNEL@ $(DOCDIST) $(BINONLYDIST)
+ -$(RMTREE) gforth-$(VERSION)
+ mkdir gforth-$(VERSION)
+ $(TAR) $(BINONLYDIST) | (cd gforth-$(VERSION); tar xf -)
+ $(STRIP) gforth-$(VERSION)/gforth$(EXE)
+ $(TAR) gforth-$(VERSION)|gzip -9 >gforth-$(VERSION).binonly.@host@.tar.gz
1,021 dist/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,1021 @@
+#Makefile for Gforth
+
+#Copyright (C) 1995,1996,1997,1998,2000,2003,2004,2005,2006,2007,2008 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+
+#This file is part of Gforth.
+
+#Gforth is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+#modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
+#as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3
+#of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
+
+#This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+#but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+#MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+#GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+#You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+#along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
+
+# To change the values of `make' variables: instead of editing Makefiles,
+# (1) if the variable is set in `config.status', edit `config.status'
+# (which will cause the Makefiles to be regenerated when you run `make');
+# (2) otherwise, pass the desired values on the `make' command line.
+
+# Warning:
+# For some stupid reason setting SHELL to bash does not work properly with
+# DOS. If you want to use shell-specific things that must run with DOS make
+# an external batch file and call it with bash (see versions.bsh).
+
+# ------------- gforth version
+
+VERSION = 0.7.0
+DOSVERSION=`echo $(VERSION)|sed 's/\.//g'|sed 's/-.*//g'`
+
+# ------------- System specific variables
+
+machine=386
+kernel_fi=kernl32l.fi
+EXE=.exe
+
+# this is the type of machine
+# used to extend the include path with ./arch/$machine
+# so we can include a machine specific
+# machine.h file
+
+PATHSEP = :
+
+EC =
+
+# ------------- Utility programs
+
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+RM = rm
+RMTREE = rm -rf
+CP = cp -p
+MV = mv
+TAR = tar cf -
+INSTALL = /usr/bin/install -c
+INSTALL_PROGRAM = ${INSTALL}
+MASSAGE_EXE = chcon -t unconfined_execmem_exec_t
+INSTALL_SCRIPT = ${INSTALL}
+INSTALL_DATA = ${INSTALL} -m 644
+INSTALL_INFO = /usr/bin/install-info
+LN_S = ln -s
+M4 = m4 -s
+GCC = gcc
+EMACS = emacs
+LIBTOOL = libtool
+PREFORTH = ./preforth -p ".$(PATHSEP)~+$(PATHSEP)$(srcdir)"
+CC = $(GCC)
+FORTHPATH = .$(PATHSEP)$(libdir)/gforth/site-forth$(PATHSEP)$(siteforthdir)$(PATHSEP)$(libdir)/gforth/$(VERSION)$(PATHSEP)$(datadir)/gforth/$(VERSION)
+FORTHSIZES =
+FORTHS_ARGS = -p "$(FORTHPATH)$(PATHSEP)$(srcdir)"
+FORTH_ARGS = --die-on-signal $(FORTHS_ARGS)
+ENGINE = ./gforth
+FORTH = $(ENGINE) $(FORTH_ARGS)
+FORTHS = $(ENGINE) $(FORTHS_ARGS)
+# the (existing) forth system to use for cross compiling and primitives tables
+# per default we use the one in this directory for a rebuild. It is also
+# possible to override this variable at the command line for an initial build (jaw)
+BUILDFORTH = $(ENGINE) --die-on-signal -m 4M -p ".$(PATHSEP)~+$(PATHSEP)$(srcdir)" -i $(kernel_fi)
+# the forth system plus flags we use to build
+FORTHB = $(BUILDFORTH) exboot.fs -e 'fpath= .|~+|$(srcdir)'
+# the Forth system for running prims2x.fs
+FORTHP = $(FORTH)
+ENGINE_FAST = ./gforth-fast
+FORTH_FAST = $(ENGINE_FAST) $(FORTH_ARGS)
+FORTHKFLAGS= --die-on-signal -p ".$(PATHSEP)~+$(PATHSEP)$(srcdir)" -i $(kernel_fi)
+FORTHK = $(ENGINE) $(FORTHKFLAGS)
+#FORTHP = $(ENGINE) --die-on-signal -i ./$(kernel_fi)
+#the "-2 image-included-files +!" undoes the change to image-included-files
+# in exboot.fs
+STARTUP = exboot.fs startup.fs arch/386/asm.fs arch/386/disasm.fs
+STRIP = strip
+TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi4a2ps
+TEXI2PDF = texi2dvi4a2ps --pdf
+DVI2PS = dvips -t letterSize -Z
+#you can get texi2html from http://wwwcn.cern.ch/dci/texi2html/
+MAKEINFO = makeinfo
+TEXI2HTML = texi2html
+
+# ------------- Compiler Flags
+
+XCFLAGS = -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -fforce-addr -march=pentium
+XDEFINES = -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
+SWITCHES = $(XCFLAGS) $(XDEFINES) $(OPTDEFINES) #-DNDEBUG #turn off assertions
+ENGINE_FLAGS = -fno-gcse -fno-strict-aliasing -fno-crossjumping -fno-reorder-blocks -falign-labels=1 -falign-loops=1 -falign-jumps=1 -fno-defer-pop -fcaller-saves
+DEBUGFLAG =
+CFLAGS = $(DEBUGFLAG) -I$(srcdir)/engine -I$(srcdir)/arch/$(machine) -O3 -Wall $(SWITCHES) -DDEFAULTPATH='"$(FORTHPATH)"'
+CPPFLAGS =
+
+#John Wavrik should use -Xlinker -N to get a writable text (executable)
+XLDFLAGS = -export-dynamic
+LDFLAGS = $(DEBUGFLAG) $(XLDFLAGS)
+LDLIBS = -lavcall -lffi -lltdl -lm
+
+STACK_CACHE_REGS = 1
+STACK_CACHE_DEFAULT_FAST = 1
+
+# ------------ Install Directories
+
+
+prefix = /usr/local
+exec_prefix = ${prefix}
+srcdir = .
+bindir = ${exec_prefix}/bin
+#read-only architecture-independent files
+datarootdir = ${prefix}/share
+datadir = ${datarootdir}
+#read-only architecture-dependent non-ascii files
+libdir = ${exec_prefix}/lib
+libccdir = $(libdir)/gforth/$(VERSION)/libcc-named/
+includedir = ${prefix}/include
+infodir = ${datarootdir}/info
+htmldir = ${docdir}
+mandir = ${datarootdir}/man
+man1dir= $(mandir)/man1
+man1ext= .1
+#older emacses have their site-lisp in $(libdir)/emacs/
+emacssitelispdir=${datadir}/emacs/site-lisp
+siteforthdir=$(datadir)/gforth/site-forth
+
+PROFOBJS =
+PROFEXES =
+
+CVSDIRS = CVS engine/CVS kernel/CVS doc/CVS asm/CVS ec/CVS test/CVS \
+ compat/CVS unix/CVS \
+ arch/CVS arch/generic/CVS arch/m68k/CVS arch/mips/CVS \
+ arch/386/CVS arch/hppa/CVS arch/sparc/CVS arch/power/CVS \
+ arch/alpha/CVS arch/4stack/CVS arch/misc/CVS arch/6502/CVS \
+ arch/8086/CVS arch/avr/CVS arch/c165/CVS arch/h8/CVS \
+ arch/shboom/CVS arch/sharc/CVS arch/ia64/CVS arch/amd64/CVS \
+ arch/arm/CVS arch/r8c/CVS
+
+INCLUDES = engine/forth.h engine/threaded.h engine/io.h engine/longlong.h
+
+KERN_SRC = \
+ mach16b.fs mach16l.fs mach32b.fs mach32l.fs mach64b.fs mach64l.fs \
+ machpc.fs.in \
+ kernel/aliases0.fs \
+ kernel/aliases.fs \
+ kernel/args.fs \
+ kernel/cbr.fs \
+ kernel/cloop.fs \
+ kernel/cond.fs \
+ kernel/cond-old.fs \
+ cross.fs \
+ kernel/errore.fs \
+ kernel/files.fs \
+ kernel/require.fs \
+ kernel/paths.fs \
+ kernel/kernel.fs \
+ kernel/main.fs \
+ kernel/prim0.fs \
+ search.fs \
+ kernel/quotes.fs \
+ kernel/tools.fs \
+ kernel/toolsext.fs \
+ kernel/vars.fs \
+ kernel/accept.fs \
+ kernel/basics.fs \
+ kernel/int.fs \
+ kernel/comp.fs \
+ kernel/io.fs \
+ kernel/input.fs \
+ kernel/license.fs \
+ kernel/nio.fs \
+ kernel/saccept.fs \
+ kernel/doers.fs \
+ kernel/getdoers.fs \
+ kernel/pass.fs \
+ kernel/xchars.fs
+
+EC_SRC = \
+ asm/README \
+ asm/bitmask.fs \
+ asm/numref.fs \
+ chains.fs \
+ asm/basic.fs \
+ asm/generic.fs \
+ asm/target.fs \
+ ec/README \
+ ec/mirror.fs \
+ ec/shex.fs \
+ ec/builttag.fs \
+ ec/dotx.fs \
+ ec/nesting.fs \
+ build-ec.in
+
+GFORTH_FI_SRC = \
+ assert.fs \
+ backtrac.fs \
+ blocked.fb \
+ blocks.fs \
+ bufio.fs \
+ code.fs \
+ debug.fs \
+ debugs.fs \
+ dis-gdb.fs \
+ ekey.fs \
+ envos.fs \
+ savesys.fs \
+ environ.fs \
+ errors.fs \
+ exboot.fs \
+ except.fs \
+ extend.fs \
+ float.fs \
+ glocals.fs \
+ hash.fs \
+ history.fs \
+ intcomp.fs \
+ mkdir.fs \
+ libcc.fs \
+ locals.fs \
+ look.fs \
+ mkdir.fs \
+ quotes.fs \
+ search.fs \
+ see.fs \
+ see-ext.fs \
+ simp-see.fs \
+ source.fs \
+ startup.fs \
+ struct.fs \
+ struct0x.fs \
+ stuff.fs \
+ tasker.fs \
+ termsize.fs \
+ utf-8.fs \
+ vt100.fs \
+ vt100key.fs \
+ wordinfo.fs \
+ arch/386/asm.fs arch/386/disasm.fs \
+ arch/amd64/asm.fs arch/amd64/disasm.fs \
+ arch/alpha/asm.fs arch/alpha/disasm.fs arch/alpha/testasm.fs\
+ arch/mips/asm.fs arch/mips/disasm.fs arch/mips/insts.fs \
+ arch/mips/testasm.fs arch/mips/testdisasm.fs \
+ arch/power/asm.fs arch/power/disasm.fs arch/power/inst.fs
+
+LIBCC_SRC = cstr.fs unix/socket.fs
+
+LIBCC_DIST_SRC = libffi.fs fflib.fs $(LIBCC_SRC)
+
+LIBCC_BUILD_SRC = libffi.fs fflib.fs $(LIBCC_SRC)
+
+FORTH_SRC = $(KERN_SRC) $(GFORTH_FI_SRC) $(EC_SRC) $(LIBCC_DIST_SRC) \
+ ans-report.fs ansi.fs answords.fs \
+ colorize.fs comp-i.fs complex.fs \
+ depth-changes.fs dosekey.fs doskey.fs ds2texi.fs \
+ envos.dos envos.os2 etags.fs fft.fs filedump.fs fi2c.fs \
+ fsl-util.4th glosgen.fs gray.fs httpd.fs install-tags.fs \
+ make-app.fs doc/makedoc.fs locate.fs more.fs onebench.fs \
+ other.fs prims2x.fs prims2x0.6.2.fs proxy.fs random.fs \
+ regexp.fs sokoban.fs string.fs table.fs tags.fs \
+ tt.fs \
+ unbuffer.fs wordsets.fs xwords.fs \
+ test/tester.fs test/ttester.fs \
+ test/coretest.fs test/postpone.fs test/dbltest.fs \
+ test/string.fs test/float.fs test/search.fs test/gforth.fs \
+ test/other.fs test/signals.fs test/checkans.fs \
+ test/primtest.fs test/coreext.fs test/deferred.fs \
+ test/coremore.fs test/gforth-nofast.fs test/libcc.fs \
+ bubble.fs siev.fs matrix.fs fib.fs \
+ oof.fs oofsampl.fs objects.fs objexamp.fs mini-oof.fs moof-exm.fs \
+ moofglos.fs fixpath.fs \
+ add.fs lib.fs oldlib.fs sieve.fs \
+ endtry-iferror.fs recover-endtry.fs
+
+COMPAT = compat/README \
+ compat/anslocal.fs \
+ compat/assert.fs \
+ compat/control.fs \
+ compat/defer.fs \
+ compat/exception.fs \
+ compat/execute-parsing.fs \
+ compat/loops.fs \
+ compat/required.fs \
+ compat/strcomp.fs \
+ compat/struct.fs \
+ compat/vocabulary.fs
+
+GFORTH_TEXI = doc/gforth.texi doc/version.texi
+
+VMGEN_TEXI = doc/vmgen.texi doc/version.texi doc/fdl.texi
+
+ALLSUBDIRS = engine
+
+ARCHS = \