Indeed confusion could easily occur, for example, the A6 website doesn't mention that it runs RISC OS under emulation at all. It mentions that it uses "VirtualRiscPC Technology", but to someone who doesn't know what that is (a newcomer to the platform, say), it could indeed bring confusion.
Personally, I'd still prefer to use a real RISC OS box rather than an emulated one.. emulation just doesn't "feel" right.
Lua for RISC OS reaches version 5 Described by author Gavin Wraith as "a fairly major departure from RiscLua 4.xx", RiscLua 5.00 features a simplified RISC OS-specific library that is similar to BASIC. Lua is a programming language used to create scripts to automate tasks and do other processing. It is used in video game development as well as many other applications. Discuss this. Published: 10 Dec 2008