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Yes that list is there and you can even see when in which source code member references to Acorn were removed or when it was changed to work with a differenc assemler - that really helps making the change count high....

But it is not end-user friendly! I know of some 3.7 users who stuck to 3.7 to some extent due to lack of being convinced and the changes lists from ROL were no help. Some of them upgraded after I told them what they'd get - focussing on what they get as "just" end-users, i.e. they just use RISC OS and thus don't care about programming features etc.

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 20/4/09 6:11PM
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