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I guess if he has 3.7 he wouldn't miss select. And when select comes out for 5 he could get it. I think the advantage would be not being left behind (in the longer term) - after RO5 reaches parity with 4 select how long will they maintain two versions? If it's not viable to bring the developement HAL to release standard, will it still be viable to keep working on the RO4 kernel to keep parity?

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