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No, I haven't said that. It is, but that's merely one detail. Shared libraries are also one small thing, and certainly not "the main problem this solves". The problems it solves I have already highlight in much earlier posts.

The situation isn't unclear with "normal" RISC OS apps - it's precisely what Graham has already stated. RMEnsure doesn't "deal" with modules - that's simply a mechanism for loading things at runtime, and the functionality of a package manager is completely different to this.

I'm afraid I can't help feeling you aren't really following the discussion, but are just picking up points slightly at random to comment on.

 is a RISC OS Usermrchocky on 20/1/04 9:10PM
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