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AMS: "The best solutions IMHO are either (a). Faster RISC OS machines that would allow "slow complex" code like that to be run effectively or (b). More "native" RISC OS application development - that makes use of OSS where possible but is optimised for ARM RISC OS use where required."

And where on earth are either (a) or (b) going to come from? The trouble with them as "solutions" is that without any realistic chance of feasibility, they're at best pipedreams :-(

 is a RISC OS UserJaffa on 20/08/06 6:02PM
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