Going well for the Win32 version. I broke the cross platform code for DOS-16 but it still compiles cleanly for DOS-32 Protected Mode and Linux.
I have been rewriting the architecture to make it way more open and work on all four target platforms. So far, so good. This is actually the first time in several months I've had all the HTML and forms working again.
I basically ripped off all the daemons for PVBROWSER (www.pvbrowser.org) and integrated them into Vault-OS, so I can support so many different types of devices you wouldn't believe it, from CANBUS to ModBus, Siemens protocol, Serial, RS-485, the way it works now the user can add a daemon for nearly any kind of hardware you could imagine.
Biggest break on the DOS-16 / Desqview platform is trying to compile SQLite small enough, I finally just didn't bother for now and have been focused on the Win-32 platform for the first release. My old Powerbasic program still works for DOS-16 environment, so it's not a problem if I do require support for a very small memory constrained x86 device. I have at least six PC/104 boards that fit this profile.
I need it so badly to manage my own stuff I really have no choice but to finish the first version as quickly as I can and get it out there so I can get some beta testers. I will have some screenshots up in the near future.