I have decided to put my old projects online. So now too you can enjoy my DOS, Win16, Win32, OS/2 and assembler files.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
The reason for putting it online is that it contains a lot of interesting, if not usable, stuff. Source code for old DOS programs are also hard to come by.
You can also use the sources as puzzles. For instance, what is the purpose of the program in old/win/rsd/ ? And why would you want to do that?
The programs may need Borland C++ 3.1, Watcom 10, Borland Pascal 7 and maybe even Progress 4GL.
Important: The license/copyright status is a mess. Some of the programs are ported public domain programs, etc. The files in converted/ are safe. The license for them is public domain unless specifically noted. The files in old/ are unsafe. Assume that you have no right to use them. If you want to use some files there then please contact me first to clearify things.
Now have fun:
I also have a bunch of OS/2 programs but they reside on an HPFS drive which my current Linux kernel do not support.