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We're not going to call it RISC OS Iyonix when there's every chance of us building a version for the RiscPC - i.e. something which runs on RPCemu.

But I do agree with your general points.

Back to the original topic, yes we are working on the softloader and we will ask Castle what they do about JTAG to see if they have something they can put on our Wiki about it.

 is a RISC OS Userriscosopen on 8/12/08 1:42PM
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