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adamr: "bla bla bla ....shouting about "independant" programmers (so what?) I can't make out what your arguments are."

As I stated, I was connecting back to the interesting thread after the poll *Investing in RISCOS Ltd*, a poll you didn't post a single line and probably missed (?). I've nothing against this programmer developping something. It's ok. But Where is RiscOS going if one of the most important libraries are not clearly supported by a real company? All written above (when replies go over unix topic, the fact that riscos allows to "switch" between more than one SCL easily....) is correct and I agree. And even like it, just because I use RiscOS for fun, I use RiscOs because I like it and am interested in computers. But when we pretend to have an OS that should placed by the side of Win or Mac, how could we stand these facts? I mean, Mr.User will ever be able to switch between different SCL? It's all ok, if *WE* use RiscOS. But RiscOS market won't get out of where it is stuck now. That was my point.

 is a RISC OS Usernodoubt73 on 20/3/06 1:55PM
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