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The point is that ROL and other vendors can now issues "32bit" binaries which work on RO4 and RO5 without recourse to use the 32bit SCL from CTL. It also means that when I cold-boot my RO4/Select RiscPC I don't have to go fishing around for the 32bit SCL. Finally, it removes a 3rd party component from the equation when debugging on Select. Sounds great to me.

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 19/6/03 8:11AM
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