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If it turned out that ROL did actually own RO5, then it would make sense for them to allow RISC OS Open to carry on, because it could only benefit them.

Also it would raise the question of what Castle actually bought. The assumption would have been 3.8 and before, plus any development done by Pace. We already know they had some sort of right to 3.7 (because they can build A7000 with it).

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 10/12/08 10:38AM
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