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Classic Drobe smugness, and whilst the editorial retort is high on detail, it isn't really any more enlightening than the original message. The guy wants processor-independent RISC OS through traditional porting approaches, which is admittedly a lot of work for little reward if you consider porting the whole thing from the hardware up, but then perhaps he isn't suggesting that.

Anyway, such public ridiculing hardly encourages people to pay *you* much attention by "examing what else you've got to say", Mr Naulls.

 is a RISC OS Userguestx on 11/11/03 2:02PM
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