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Yay, Castle have put the 32bit modules on their website, no more trying to work out who's got the latest version.

It also appears that when people release 32bit compatible versions of their software, they include the small bug fixes and features they've collected since the previous release, that they thought weren't worth releasing on their wown. Maybe they even add things that they've been thinking of doing for a while.

It's all good.

Sad to see Wakefield is only one day, does the size and number of RISC OS shows reflect the size of the market accurately?

Nice to see people releasing their sourcecode if they're not going to use it anymore, I hope everyone does this. Maybe it should be in a licence: This code is mine unless I don't update it in x years, or die, then it's PB/GPL/Whatever.

egnufeb = befunge backwards?

 is a RISC OS Usermavhc on 26/1/03 1:18PM
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