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Never know what the future holds, might want to make RISC OS work on Cell Processors, might find ARM cores emebed in DDR ram's on the market and ideal for super-clusters of lightweight decies, or the next Transmeta chip might have a configurable code-morphing which allows it to emulate x86, ARM and PPC at the flick of a switch.

Who knows where the future goes, but if somone finds out and puts RISC OS on the front of it, we could be back in the lead *goes off to have even more pipedreams*

 is a RISC OS UserNoMercy on 1/9/04 2:25AM
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