Once Toddy gets a keyboard routine that's usable for those of us with external KKEEEBBBOAARRRRDSSS(try one and see, backspacing becomes second nature
) a manual and not a side of A4 in Spanish/Portuguese/other Latin tongue,some examples that don't rely on 75% assembler because of a lack of compatibility with real world examples,as opposed to true forth to show off its potential plus a break key(large DO LOOPs anyone?), then in my humble opinion it will always remain what it set out to be, a bit of fun intended for emulator use then cobbled together for the real thing and not really developed any further.
I would add that as I like to program in forth as opposed to playing with the half dozen examples Toddy comes with, I found that when creating words to make up for those missing from this Based-on- Fig forth example of the language I experienced some wonderful and delightful zeddy meltdowns and no I'm I'm not going to list them I'll let you all find them for yourselves and perhaps learn some assembler along the way to get round it like those in the provided examples.
sorry H4th which has all these things that's more like it,plus it's nice to have 10K not 5K to play with after compilation, just a shame about the tape STORE/LOAD!