> If Aaron/ROL had a leg to stand on Iyonix would not have happened,
That doesn't follow. The situation is obviously ambiguous. Castle have some sort of right to use 3.7 on the desktop. They obviously have the view the 5 is based on 3.8. Obviously ROL didn't see it that way.
> ROOL source would never have been released,
Unless ROL also though it was a good idea.
> the dispute which seen an ROL licensed product temporarily taken off the market when Castle challenged ROL and their licensees would not have happened.
Surely were there no leg to stand on, the product would never have got back on the market?
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