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Good news indeed.

It is important that RISC OS be running on the fastest available native hardware and this development is a step in the right direction.

Martin>RISC OS Limited *don't* have anything to do with this. Any negative interference from them would only damage their standing in the RISC OS community and the project would still continue anyway. On that basis I don't believe they will.

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