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simo: I am mystified by your comment regarding Xara Xtreme. What does that have to do with RISC OS being open source?

If you want to port Xara LX to RISC OS you are welcome to start any day.

Incidentally, XaraLX is most of Xtreme, except unreleasable third-party closed source code components - which may sound like a familiar problem and brings us back on topic :-).

 is a RISC OS Userwuerthne on 15/8/06 2:11PM
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