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.
Iyonix emulator mulled by developer The open source machine emulator GXEmul could be used to create an Iyonix emulator for RISC OS users and testers of ROOL ROM images, says one prominent coder. GXEmul already includes emulation of Intel's 80321 chip, the processor used in the Iyonix, and can run NetBSD on hardware similar to Castle's computer. Anyone interested in taking a closer look can apply John-Mark Bell's initial patch to the source code. 13 comments, latest by diomus on 23/11/08 2:29PM. Published: 20 Nov 2008