Nils Breunese wrote:
Steven Santos wrote:
A 16-bit app? Hmm...that's the Windows 3.1 API. WINE has had great
support for that since the 1990's, and in fact, that was WINE's
original API target before they started working on Win32.
What is the application you are trying to
An old version of a Dutch bookkeeping application aimed at clubs called
Davilex Club. I believe it's a 16-bit application. They never upgraded
it because newer versions requires Windows SBS with Microsoft SQL
Server (which they don't have) and converting the data files to the
format of the newer version isn't even free (!). Right now they are
storing the data on a Samba share on a Linux fileserver. The app works
and they know it inside out. People have been looking into migrating to
another application (things like GnuCash) for quite some time, but they
haven't found a suitable replacement.