Software portsbww bitwise works GmbH provides selected software ports for the OS/2 platform. A port often requires various open source libraries. We do not only provide a specific software but also versions of these libraries for OS/2. These libraries may be used to provide ports of other software that makes use of them. Please find below a brief list of our main ports we did and maintain so far.
Mozilla FirefoxMozilla Firefox, called Firefox in short, is the free webbrowser of the Mozilla-Project. It is a fast, standard compliant, full featured browser. bww bitwise works GmbH provides the ESR (extended service release) version of this browser for the OS/2 community.
Apache OpenOfficeApache OpenOffice is the free, open-source alternative office suite. bww bitwise works GmbH provides a port of this office suite to OS/2, bringing the plattform on par with other plattforms both with respect to compatibility and unparalelled stability.
Apache Software Foundation
SambaSamba is the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix. Thanks to our work, not only for Linux and Unix, but also for OS/2. While OS/2 comes with native support for NetBIOS and NetBIOS over TCP/IP and components for LAN services, both client- and serverwise, these components date back to the nineties. bww bitwise works GmbH provides a Samba Client and Server port that ensures connectivity for OS/2 without compromising security of the connecting partner, no matter whether server or client.
QtQt makes software development smarter. It is a powerful plattform neutral framework that makes it easy to bring many applications to OS/2 that were written for various other plattforms.
The Qt company