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Re Q's comments below the article, it seems possible that Castle's opinions may have changed since 1992. After all, in 1992, they were (as ROS ltd) a licensee from Pace. Now, they own RISC OS themselves.

Still, it would seem foolish for CTL to stomp on ROL (which many people seem to be assuming despite the lack of evidence) without a good reason - although given past 'disagreements' between the two, it certainly doesn't seem impossible that ROL have overstepped the bounds....

 is a RISC OS Userchrisj on 15/06/04 6:49PM
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