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Without Castle there'd be no 32bit RISC OS, no Iyonix, no future except emulation, so RISC OS would be dead.

Imagine having the option of buying an Omega or an emulator or nothing, and there could be no advances for ARM machines as they're all 32bit only now, and we'd still be emulating the VIDC etc.

If to make Iyonix happen Castle had to fight with ROL that's a price worth paying.

 is a RISC OS Usermavhc on 17/06/04 11:52AM
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