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Re my own earlier comment I did of course mean 2002, not 1992 (when neither ROL or VA existed:)

Since Stuart is pushing the A6 (outside the RISC OS market) as a development machine for the A75, it seems plausible that having to stop selling the former might put a hold on the 'native' machine as well.... So this *might* 'just' be a VA/VRPC issue, rather than anything more widespread.

(Having to tell potential customers that you can't sell them a development machine because of licence disputes is not really better than saying you're temporarily unable to sell them anything!)

 is a RISC OS Userchrisj on 15/06/04 11:34PM
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