pfe - Implementation of ANSI Forth

Property Value
Distribution FreeBSD 12
Repository FreeBSD Ports Latest amd64
Package filename pfe-0.33.71_2.txz
Package name pfe
Package version 0.33.71
Package release 2
Package architecture amd64
Package type txz
Category lang
License -
Download size 492.97 KB
Installed size 2.75 MB
This package contains all necessary ANSI-C source files to build a
running Forth-environment on most UNIX machines, on DOS and on OS/2.
The Forth-system is closely modeled along the new American National
Standard for the programming language Forth. Every word of every
word set mentioned in the dpANS-6 document of June 1993 has been
implemented.  Additionally it is compatible to Forth-83.


Package Version Architecture Repository
pfe-0.33.71_2.txz 0.33.71 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
pfe - - -


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Type URL
Binary Package pfe-0.33.71_2.txz
Source Package lang/pfe

Install Howto

Install pfe txz package:

# pkg install pfe

See Also

Package Description
pfinger-0.7.10_5.txz Highly configurable, secure, and portable finger daemon
pflogsumm-1.1.5,1.txz Postfix Log Entry Summarizer
pflogx-0.86.txz Simple tool to export pf (packet filter) logs to XML files
pfm-2.12.3_1.txz Terminal (curses)-based file manager written in Perl
pfqueue-0.5.6_1.txz Console-based tool for handling Postfix 1, Postfix 2, and Exim queues
pfstat-2.5_5.txz Utility to render graphical statistics for pf
pfstools-2.1.0_4.txz Tools for manipulating HDR images and video frames
pftabled-1.09_2.txz Tool to manage pf tables remotely
pftables-0.1.1.txz Minimal rc script to save and restore pf tables upon reboots
pftop-0.7_8.txz Utility for real-time display of statistics for pf
pftpd-1.0.3.txz Multithreaded anonymous FTP daemon
pgFormatter-3.4.txz PostgreSQL SQL syntax beautifier
pg_activity-1.4.0_2.txz Htop like application for PostgreSQL server activity monitoring
pg_activity-py27-1.4.0_2.txz Htop like application for PostgreSQL server activity monitoring
pg_citus-8.2.1_1.txz Horizontally scale Postgresql using sharding and replication