quatermass: Three people with different OS backgrounds gave you the same answer. I don't think there's anything for me to add.
Mo: Erm all you want, but you haven't adressed the issues - we already _have_ a toolchain that understands AOF - getting away without one makes no sense. I've already pointed out the exact changes that need to be done for using ELF on RISC OS (static linking at any rate) - you've not addressed these points at all.
I don't see what the relevance of OSLib is at all - C programs are no used without a *C Library* - i.e. UnixLib or SharedCLib, not a mere *C* Library, which is what OSLib is.
You may well have experience with porting toolchains, but you don't seem to have much experience with the existing RISC OS GCCSDK.
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