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Will>Yes sometimes my typing doesn't go where I want....

When I wrote>"So in effect you're saying that ROL have completely re-written RISC OS and that none of the code from versions licensed to them at all?"

What I *meant* to write was "So you (will) in effect are saying that ROL have re-written *all* of RISC OS and *none* of the code from previously licensed versions are used in it."

I therefore should be able to apply Armulator to any part of it and find *nothing* from the old ROM there.

GuestX>Yes again appologies - so long as code is written without reference to the licensed source then there is no reason for anyone to pay the IP owner any license fee. But I don't think that that can be shown for Select 4 can it ?

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 26/06/06 8:22PM
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