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Andreas Kohl

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Re: OS/2 Books Fans?
« Reply #15 on: March 02, 2017, 05:49:49 pm »
Hi.

I need a hand obtaining this files to complete this page:
- ODPGGDE1.INF, ODPGGDE2.INF
- ODPGREF1.INF, ODPGREF2.INF
- ODUI.INF
- OSA1.INF, OSA2.INF
- PMEISTER.INF
- APIBAS.INF
- KDEBUG.INF  (is the content different from KDEBUG.DOC ?)
That's quite simple.

Quick guide for owners of IBM's DevCon media:

1. Put the CD-ROMs of Developer Connection (at least Vol 11) into your CD changer (or alternatively to your CD-ROM server)

2. Execute PMSEEK to search for the mentioned files at the appropriate drive letters

3. Seconds later you can simply open it

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I will try to get permission and store them for good on the Internet Archive.

It seems that somebody already uploaded DevCon Vol. 12 CD images to this site.

For updated OpenDoc information it would be better to use Netscape for browsing the HTML version that shipped with Warp 4 Toolkit or latest IBM OpenDoc for OS/2 (od12obk1.exe).

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Re: OS/2 Books Fans?
« Reply #16 on: May 07, 2017, 09:00:06 pm »
Hi

I think that the OS/2 Development related books and publications on the EDM/2 is decent enough:
ChecK: http://www.edm2.com/index.php/List_of_OS/2_Documentation

Please post back any "OS/2 development related" book that you think it is missing. Basically we tried to list everything on :
- List of OS/2 Software Development Related Books
- IBM OS/2 Warp Development Manuals
- IBM OS/2 Warp Development Related Redbooks
- OS/2 2.x Programming Documentation Books
- OS/2 1.x Programming Documentation Books

If you think something is missing please contact me on public or private.

Also, if you think there should be some list in some speciafic language (Italian, Spanish), please let me know. There is also the "German Programming Books".

Remember that if you have some IBM documentation that is missing and it is not available online I can take the chance to ask IBM for permission to republish it.

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