Microsoft's old DIAMOND.EXE program had a 16-bit version that I need for testing purposes. I have the 16-bit version of EXTRACT.EXE that is version 1.00.0530. DIAMOND.EXE of that same version is 32-bit though...
The only way I know that this exists is from this reference at: http://www.mdgx.com/...web/diamond.txt
The following table is a list of all the libraries and programs that are part of Diamond:
[6/6/94 bens: At this time, we have versions of diamond.exe, extract.exe, and fdi.lib for both 16-bit MS-DOS/Windows and Win32 on x86. Alpha and Mips versions are built (thank you!) by the ACME group, as they have the machines and compilers.]
Command-line tool to perform disk layout (uses FCI.LIB)
File Decompression Interface library (uses MDI.LIB).
Command-line tool to expand files (uses FDI.LIB)
Tool to dump internal format of a Diamond cabinet file
File Compression Interface library (uses MCI.LIB).
MSZIP Memory Compression Interface library.
MSZIP Memory Decompression Interface library.
Quantum Memory Compression Interface library (32-bit ONLY)
Quantum Memory Decompression Interface library.
So does anyone have a 16-bit version of DIAMOND.EXE from way back?