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AMS wrote "I think sa110 this is one piece of ambiguity that if you want *any part of the platform* to survive is better left ambiguous. I think you'd find taking this to court would be a sign that after all these years of shooting itself in the foot the RISC OS world had chosen to shoot itself in the head"

That maybe so. But then(assuming they are in the wrong here) they would be able to come a new unambigious agreement with Castle and after a short pause everything would return to normality with the air fully cleared. If Castle were unwilling to give ROL a license, there would be nothing stopping ROL from releasing their own feature pack for RISC OS which would sit on top of a standard ROM image.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 16/12/08 12:42PM
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