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Weren't most compressed BASIC programs fixed with the 32-bit upgrades though? Given that the compression is merely a header itself, stripping it out (or creating a patch akin to the StrongARM squeeze one) software such as this can be easily fixed with absolutely minimal developer effort. I'm curious about your squeeze comments though as I thought it put an AIF header on programs anyway, but I'm probably mistaken.

 is a RISC OS Usernot_ginger_matt on 4/7/06 10:19AM
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