Visual Smalltalk Enterprise
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Visual Smalltalk Enterprise is a Smalltalk development environment based on earlier Digitalk Smalltalk/V PM that supports cross platform development and integrates PARTS Workbench that used to be a separate commercial, OS/2 only product but was later ported to MS Windows.
After the demise of Digitalk the product was licensed by Cincom who sold it for a time but have since stopped development and sales for the product in favour of their own in house Smalltalk development system for MS Windows. They do however still offer paid for defect support for the VSE product.
Visual Smalltalk Enterprise runs on Windows and earlier versions supported OS/2. It can build portable OS/2-Windows applications.
- For OS/2 it can incorporate the SOM/DSOM capability for distributed objects.
- 3.0.2 (Sep 1995)
- 3.0.3 (Dec 1995)
- 3.1.1 (Apr 1996)
- 3.1.2 (Sep 1996)
- 3.1.2a (Nov 1996) - for OS/2 Warp 3.0 and OS/2 Warp 4.0, requires 16 MB minimum memory and 72 MB free disk space
- 3.1.3 (Apr 1999)