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There now seem like lots of different approaches to emulating RISC OS on new hardware. While this is great, and it's obviously up to developers what they choose to work on, would there be some value in reducing some of the duplication here? I realise that these emulators aren't all exactly the same, but with such a paucity of developers still active, I can't help thinking it would be better to pool resources into providing one really good emulator for RISC OS rather than lots of half-finished ones.

 is a RISC OS Userlym on 24/11/08 11:14AM
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