A source code management system initially developed for use with Smalltalk and then known as Orwell, when a number of the original developers left to found OTI the Orwell system was re-written from scratch as a tool to help with development of the ENVY/Smalltalk development system. After IBM took over OTI, ENVY/Developer was folded into the Enterprise versions of VisualAge Smalltalk and in IBM documentation is often referred to as just ENVY.
Unlike the open source tools most people are familiar with the ENVY system is not file based (check-in, check-out metaphor).
- Last known separate version: Release 3.01 for Western products, Release 3.02 for Japanese products.
- There was no Release 2 branch
- Last known Release 1 branch version: Release 1.43
- Pelrine; Knight; Cho: Mastering ENVY/Developer - Cambridge University Press 2001, ISBN 0-521-66650-3
- Basic info on Envy/Developer - From the programming Wiki
- Bobby Woolf/Knowledge Systems Corporation: Partitioning Smalltalk Code into ENVY/Developer Components
- ENVY - The 10 Minute Guide
- Jan Steinman and Barbara Yates: Object Technology's ENVY/Developer - A review from The Smalltalk Report, October 1992