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I've recently been flooded with updates and final versions of OS/2 programs and utilities. For example, I just received my final copy of VisualAge C++ for OS/2 from IBM. You may remember the First Look on the beta of this product. (See "Visual-Age C++: OS/2's killer application," May 8, page 103.)
This behemoth development system, weighing in at 180MB of disk space, has quickly become my preferred development environment, even over the competition on other platforms.
Unfortunately (or, fortunately, depending on your perspective), it only comes on one platform -- OS/2. One can only hope that IBM will port this effort to other environments, because VisualAge C++ is too good to confine to the currently limited OS/2 audience.
VisualAge C++ is the most visual of the visual programming environments I've seen. The Visual Builder module brings point-and-click C++ programming to new heights. It is …