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Thursday, 26 November, 2020
Strrpl (String replace) 0.84
Sunday, 8 October, 2017

Goes thru the specified files and replaces strings therein. This program was part of the XFolder source package. the first name of XWorkplace.

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FTP Server 2.79
Sunday, 27 October, 2019

FtpServer: an FTP daemon for OS/2. Lets you control which drives and directories the users are allowed to see. Also has controls on which IP addresses a client is allowed to connect from. This software was "...

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Tiny Applications 20201126
Wednesday, 8 March, 2017

Three STDIN/STDOUT utilities of the Tiny Applications Collection. Simple colorization of DIFF files by using ANSI color codes, a simple utility to remove C++ comments (not tested), and a simple ROT13 decoder...

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Tux Football 0.3.1
Monday, 23 February, 2015

Tux Football is a great 2D soccer game for Windows and Linux. It's bringing old style gameplay from DOS times back to the desktop with up to date graphics! It's gameplay is similar to old classics such as Amco's Kick Off and Sensible...

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ELEPHANT 1.21
Tuesday, 28 July, 1992

A Tiny Dancing Elephant with a digital clock.

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Chomp 1.1
Sunday, 17 June, 1990

Chomp for Presentation Manager is a Pac-Man (tm) clone game, for the OS/2 Presentation Manager environment.  It is a direct port of Xchomp, which was written for the X window system on a Sun workstation.

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Wednesday, 25 November, 2020
Pcx2prn 1.5.1
Friday, 29 December, 2017

Derive original data used in line graphs from PCX files.

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OS/2 Kernel 14.202
Sunday, 13 August, 2017

OS/2 Kernel update. Only the latest versions are listed.

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New Athena Unicode Fonts 5.0.0.7
Saturday, 13 June, 2015

New Athena Unicode is a freeware multilingual font distributed by the American Philological Association under OpenFontLicense. It follows the latest version of the Unicode standard and includes characters...

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Abacus GUI Builder 1.8
Wednesday, 20 July, 2005

The GUI builder is a tool designed to aid application developers deliver their applications faster to market by replacing the Java layout complexity with a WYSIWYG and simple XY layout.

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