My programs for OS/2

I no longer have any computers running OS/2, but I'm leaving these programs here just in case anybody still cares. It's been a really long time since I worked on these. Good luck.


Frotz is a portable Z-machine interpreter written by Stefan Jokisch in ANSI C. My port of Frotz 2.01 to OS/2 never got out of beta, but it worked fine for me.

Frotz 2.01 beta 7 for OS/2 (exe & source) (106k) (September 28, 1996)


Comment.Cmd is an OS/2 utility for displaying and changing file comments.

Comment.Cmd 1.10 (14k) (April 4, 1996)

Visual Binary Diff

VBinDiff is an OS/2 utility that displays two files in hex/ASCII and highlights the differences between them. This OS/2 version is old and unsupported, but I now have Linux and Windows versions.

VBinDiff 1.7 (exe & source) (62k) (January 18, 1996)