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It's not nuts to consider this stuff. The revival of BBC MOS may even make sense; 6502 designs are available free now, and people I know producing new mpeg4-based cameras are looking for such small processors (6502,8051...) and suitable 8bit MOSses to run on them to run the basic control logic there. Maybe CTL can backport RISC OS as 8bit? :-)

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 23/6/04 11:11PM
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