Here is an idea I have been toying with. I am wondering how feasible it is to get an Acorn BBC Micro language (say BASIC or LISP for example) to run on a different 6502 machine. The system I have in mind specifically is the Apple //e, which is normally equipped with 128KB of RAM arranged in two banks.
… time passes …
New version just checked in. Now I can also run Forth (so BASIC, COMAL, Forth all working now.)
Next challenge is to get Lisp going!
Applecorn is a ProDOS application for the Apple //e Enhanced which provides an environment for Acorn BBC Microcomputer language ROMs to run. This allows BBC BASIC and other Acorn languages to run on the Apple //e.