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ROL releasing something (even with the slight website snafu) is still good news.

At last they're concentrating on their paying customers (always a good move IMHO).

As to other issues SA110 wrote>"If ROL are unable to do many of the updates that require specific information from CTL in order to implement, they should concentrate on other extra features that do not require such knowledge from CTL."

What specific information? The source to RO5 will be open, the API is documented, the machine has a published Technical Reference Manual and all the components have datasheets available - what more is there ?????

For Iyonix I suspect a better course is continued development of RO5 - with a bit of wheel reinvention where required ;-)

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 1/5/07 1:20PM
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