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We all know that ARM always closely guarded their IP. My guess is that everyone who writes a software ARM emulator needs to have the OK from ARM to be allowed to use their IP (which includes e.g. the instruction set). Just the same as if you want to build an ARM compatible processor in hardware and sell it.

 is a RISC OS Userhubersn on 2/9/04 12:14PM
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