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hEgelia>Indeed you appear to be correct, that article you linked to *would appear* to indicate that Castle were willing to license the SCL, that being the case one can only speculate as to why that didn't happen. It would have made sense to use the Castle one (in that it *is* known to work on a 32bit machine and has done for some time (the Iyonix)) whereas whatever ROL offer at this point is bound to have a whiff of "beta" about it (I expect it'll settle in - but then why make life more complicate than it needs to be eh?).

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