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Subject  :  I'm looking for OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit 4.xx
Author  :  fakajax
Date  :  25 Aug, 2005 on 16:04
Hello,

does anybody know where I can find or buy OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit ver 4.xx.

thanks a lot.


Subject  :  Re:I'm looking for OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit 4.xx
Author  :  Radek hajek@vuv.cz
Date  :  25 Aug, 2005 on 16:52
Find: eCS CD2 - IBM Toolkit v. 4.5 (eCS v. 1.1)

Subject  :  Re:I'm looking for OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit 4.xx
Author  :  fakajax
Date  :  25 Aug, 2005 on 17:21
Yes!

How can we proceed ?

thanks


Subject  :  Re:OS/2 warp developer's toolkit 4.xx - Go to eCS
Author  :  Skywalker luc.monette@magma.ca
Date  :  26 Aug, 2005 on 22:47
Hi:

I can't seem to be able to access the eCS website at this time (www.ecomstation.com) but, if you go to the Developers Corner, I believe you will be able to download the kit from there for free. I hope I'm not wrong.

Good Luck!

Luc


Subject  :  Re:I'm looking for OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit 4.xx
Author  :  fakajax
Date  :  05 Sep, 2005 on 11:06
Hi! Thanks for your answers. First I did not get what ecs was. Now I know, thanks Luc.

Radek, eCS CD2 - IBM Toolkit v. 4.5 (eCS v. 1.1) is only an upgrade of the previous warp 4 toolkit so, unusable.

Luc, thanks but for the moment, I couldn't find it.

I'm continuing my quest.

fakajax


Subject  :  Re:I'm looking for OS/2 warp4 developer's toolkit 4.xx
Author  :  Radek hajek@vuv.cz
Date  :  05 Sep, 2005 on 14:05
Now, I don't understand You are searching for the W4 toolkit and the upgrade of the W4 toolkit isn't good
If you want the OS/2 SDK then, I am afraid, you are out of luck. It was always paid and the price was always exorbitant (also 3000 USD, it was lower later but still exorbitant). Moreover, I am not sure whether you can buy it somewhere nowadays. Perhaps, some paid IBM service, like Software Choice, but I am not sure. I have checked ecomstation.com (I am a registered user) and I haven't seen the SDK there.

If you want the SDK then why do you need it exactly? I daresay that most of information from it is available otherwise and free of charge.


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