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You know guys, Peter has raised a good point. We already have a good emulator in the guise of Virtual RPC that runs on x86 hardware. Currently it is available under Windows, but soon to be available under Max OS. So that means RISC OS is/will be available for use on three different platforms, native, Windows and Mac OS. Why waste OS development time porting it when it can be better spent developing new features

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