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RISC OS 5 online docs updated

By Chris Williams. Published: 19th Jan 2004, 18:18:49 | Permalink | Printable

SWI changes

32bit logoDevelopers of RISC OS 5 and the XScale Iyonix, Castle have updated their concise online developer documentation for RISC OS 5.

The Wimp API changes include changes to Wimp_CreateWindow and icon validation flags. The PCI API and ClaimDeviceVector behaviour have also changed.

Links

RISC OS 5 website

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Sounds jolly good. Keep up the good work Castle :)

 is a RISC OS UserTimothy609 on 19/1/04 7:29PM
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