It (and NetMgr, etc) was open sourced in November 2000 (released as ART_SRC.ZIP), and that code contains about a year's worth of changes
from the original author since his 1995 release, including (unfinished, IIRC) code to port it to Windows NT:
I don't recall if it actually builds, and at this point it still has Y2K bugs.
Bad news: It does indeed still have Y2K bugs which require fixing, but this isn't difficult provided they can all be found again.
Good news: I'm inclined to put the source on GitHub.
Over the years I'd completely forgotten what an absolutely mess some of the code was. Especially timEd.
Anyway, at this point it's possible for anyone to rebuild NetMgr & timEd for OS/2 from the source now on GitHub using OpenWatcom 1.9.
Windows versions of NetMgr and timEd can also be built, but timEd in Windows is completely unusable due to bugs in Gerard van Essen's incomplete code that I'm not able to easily fix.
Also beware the Y2K bugs haven't been patched on the source on GitHub.
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