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Apparently the license is not that ambiguous. The fact that ROL did not take any action when the Iyonix and RISC OS 5 was released was a decision made at the time for the good of the market.

Had they taken the opportunity(presumably with the full backing of Pace) at the time to act against Castle, this dicussion no doubt would not be taking place.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 17/12/08 9:30AM
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