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Guest X said:

"Yes, but let's look at those examples. There are various BeOS rewrites and BeOS-inspired projects, mostly because the community regarded it as abandoned (despite some commercial continuation of the product), valued"

I should add that I wasn't suggesting that a complete reimplementation of RISCOS was a good idea. I was just suggesting that porting all of RISCOS to x86 would be nearly as much work as reimplementing from scratch and potentially result in a less useful end product.

 is a RISC OS Userkillermike on 21/01/07 10:36PM
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