IBM DB2 Windows OS2

IBM DB2, or Database 2, is a relational database originally developed for IBM's mainframe systems, and targeted at enterprise customers.

IBM Developer's Toolkit OS2

IBM's toolset and libraries for developing OS/2 applications. It may be used with IBM C Set++.

IBM Fortran Compiler DOS

This is IBM's Fortran compiler software for the IBM PC. It was written by Microsoft and is similar to the Microsoft Fortran Compiler. up until IBM Fortran/2.


This is IBM's release of the Logo graphical programming language for the IBM PC. It was considered a robust implementation with many features that took advantage of IBMs new PC hardware.

IBM Macro Assembler DOS OS2

IBM Macro Assembler is an IBM OEM rebranded release of Microsoft Macro Assembler, and was intended only for use with the IBM PC.

IBM Pascal Compiler DOS

The IBM PASCAL Compiler, is a tool that compiles Pascal source code in to binaries for IBM PC-DOS. The IBM PASCAL Compiler is an IBM OEM version of the Microsoft Pascal Compiler.

IBM Personal Computer BASIC Compiler DOS OS2

The Personal Computer BASIC Compiler is a BASIC language compiler written by Microsoft and licensed to IBM for use on the IBM Personal Computer. It is mostly compatible with BASIC code written for IBM Cassette/Disk basic, however the compiled code will run much faster and eliminates the need to distribute source. Compiled programs do not require IBM BASIC in ROM.

IBM Personal Computer Graphical File System DOS

The IBM Personal Computer Graphical File System is a programming library add-on to the IBM Personal Computer Graphical Kernel System. It provides a programming interface for drawing and rendering device independent metafiles. Both the GFS and the Professional Graphics Series were designed primarily to support the high end CAD oriented IBM Professional Graphics Controller.

IBM Personal Computer Graphical Kernel System DOS

IBM Personal Computer Graphical Kernel System is a standardized graphics interface programming library designed to simplify portable software development across IBM's different video card. It provides bindings for languages, including BASIC, C, and FORTRAN. It was primarily designed for use with the IBM Professional Graphics Adapter. The IBM PGA card is a very high end, and very uncommon, video card designed primarily for use with CAD programs.

IBM Personal Computer Plotting System DOS

IBM Personal Computer Plotting System is a set of business graphing program libraries for use with the IBM Personal Computer Graphical Kernel System. It also includes a graphing demonstration program. GKS is a shared, standardized graphics library, designed primarily to support IBM's high end CAD oriented IBM Professional Graphics Controller. GKS supports IBM's other video systems through the use of interchangeable device drivers.

IBM Professional Debug Facility DOS

The IBM Professional Debug Facility is a terminate-and-stay-resident debugging tool. You can use it with programs that can not be debugged with DOS DEBUG. It avoids DOS I/O calls to prevent conflicts with the running program.

IBM Professional Developers Kit for OS/2 OS2

The IBM Professional Developers Kit for OS/2 CD contains OS/2 code with the latest fixes, 32-bit graphics engine, support for Microsoft Windows 3.1 programs, online libraries, network code, and tools. This software is intended for use with IBM OS/2 2.0.

IBM TopView Programmers Toolkit DOS

The IBM TopView Programmers Toolkit is a set of programming tools, source, and sample programs for developing TopView applications. It includes a window design aid, language interface assistance, mouse pointing device support, and more.

IBM VisualAge C++ Windows OS2 Unix

IBM VisualAge C++ is a set of development tools that include an IDE, compiler, debugger, code browser, and on-line help. VisualAge C++ is the successor of IBM C Set

IBM VisualAge for Basic Windows OS2

IBM VisualAge for Basic delivers a suite of application development tools built around an implementation of the BASIC programming language for developers creating GUI clients and for DB2 application programmer who want to use BASIC to create GUI clients, DB2 stored procedures and user-defined functions. VA Basic is compatible with early Microsoft Visual Basic versions and was available in versions for both 32 bit OS/2 and MS Windows.

IBM VisualAge for Java OS2

VisualAge for Java is an enterprise Java application development environment for teams of Java developers. It was available for Windows and OS/2

IBM VisualAge Smalltalk Windows OS2 Unix

VisualAge Smalltalk is a powerful application server and development environment based around the Smalltalk language.

InfoMaker Windows

InfoMaker is a comprehensive reporting and data-analysis tools for rapidly unlocking business information. InfoMaker produces sophisticated data-driven reports for publication over the web or to end users anywhere. It features easy, visual form creation for viewing and editing of data, and printed report generation. It supports ODBC, that lets it connect to almost any database.

Intel ASM86 Macro Assembler DOS

ASM86 is a tool that compiles 8088/8086 assembler mnemonics in to machine code. The resulting machine code modules must then be processed by the separate Intel iAPX 86-88 Family Utilities.

Intel DB86 Software Debugger DOS

DB86 is a debugging tool from Intel for use with Intel language products.

Intel iAPX 86-88 Family Utilities DOS

A set of utilities for use with the Intel Intel iC-86 Compiler and Intel PLM Compiler.

Intel iC-86 Compiler DOS

iC-86 is an optimizing C language compiler from Intel for the 8088, 8086, 186, 286, and 386 processors.

Intel PLM Compiler DOS

PLM is a high-level programming language with many low-level features, originally developed in 1972 by Gary Kildall. PL/M was the first high-level language for microprocessor-based computers, and was used to implement CP/M. The Intel PLM Compiler is a tool that compiles PL/M to 8088/8086 machine code.

Lattice C DOS

Lattice C was originally released by Lifeboat Associates in June 1982 for the IBM PC. Microsoft repacked Lattice C as "Microsoft C 2.0", however Microsoft C 3.0 and later used Microsoft's internally developed product instead. Lattice C was ported to MVS, VMS, Unix, OS/2, Amiga, Atari ST, and Sinclair.

Logitech Modula 2 DOS

Back before Logitech just sold mice, they produced a programming development system based on the Modula-2 language. efficient native code, and included a symbolic debugger. There were versions for both PC-DOS and CP/M-86.