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How about a SINGLE version of RISC OS instead of the forking around 3.8?

It's such a duplication of effort with two ADFSs, three, or four USB stacks.....

It's funny how Castle seem to be the one in the corner though now as I'd have thought between Select for RiscPC, Omega, A75 and VA they must be selling more 4.x than 5.0x

If Castle want to continue to develop RISC OS rather than just bug-fixing the Iyonix, then they need to buy ROL out, jees it's only a one-man-band!

 is a RISC OS Usersimo on 18/5/04 4:54PM
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