Blassic is a classic Basic interpreter. The line numbers are mandatory, and it has PEEK & POKE. The main goal is to execute programs written in old interpreters, even those that use peculiar control flow constructs or automodifiable code. However, it can be used as a scripting language, and has some not-so-classic instructions. It has graphics modes that are compatible with some classic systems and user defined.
See downloads for an updated release on the 0.11 branch that builds with recent versions of gcc.
The NSLU2 is a Network device to share USB disks using the SMB protocol. This: http://cid-8a7b593a49903da5.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/NSLU2 Slug is a Blassic version to run on this device under Debian SLUG.
See the download section below.
You can read how to install Blassic in a router under openwrt/midge
in the following links:
Blassic can be used and distributed under the terms of the GPL license.
Other projects: http://notfound.tecnawebs.com/
That's all folks!