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thegman:

Yup, I'd agree with that. Once the full source of the ROOL project is out, it will be possible to at least get an impression of how hard a port would be. I suspect it would be a long shot, for the reasons druck outlines. But with the RISC OS 5 HAL, it may be possible.

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