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Larsen Commander for OS/2 and eCS

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Larsen Commander for OS/2 Warp and eCS. Consists of two parts; 1) the underlying C++ G-Lib framework that build directly on top of native 32 bit OS/2 APIs and 2) the Larsen Commander application it self, written in C++ on top of that G-Lib framework.

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English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers

User Interface

Other toolkit

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2007-09-19

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