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Interestingly, Axel makes only one mistake.... he appears not to know that a good percentage of RISC OS itself is written in assembly language and therefore needs rewriting or emulating on non-ARM platforms.

I think it's a mistake easily forgiven nowadays too; few other OSes still being developed are so reliant upon processor type. If you're non-technical and don't know its history, how would you know that RISC OS is different?

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 is a RISC OS Useradrianl on 11/11/03 11:57AM
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