By: David Intersimone
Abstract: More antique software "may" appear sometime in the future. Stay tuned.
Now that the museum has the new look and feel of the community site, I need to format articles for each of the antique software pieces. This will take me a couple of days.
So far I have been allowed to include versions of Turbo C, Turbo Pascal and Turbo C++.
There have been many requests for antique application software. For now, antique software in the museum will be limited to the language products. Why? The simple answer is that I have only been involved in our programming language products for all of my 14.5+ years at Borland. These are the products I know, and also the products I have the most software versions and information for.
Note - David I update November 30, 2011 - it has been a long time since we were part of Borland and I placed a few of the products here. I may get permission to add additional antique software products, but for now this area is completed.
David Intersimone "David I"
Vice President, Developer Relations
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