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You are forgetting that ROL itself is not about putting their branch onto other hardware(perhaps this is something else that needs to change. They don't have to be hardware company to supply an os on cd that works on a third party board). That only happens when an appropriate third party company comes along and wishes to use the OS. Therfore direct comparision, unless you have seen the source for both is perhaps miss-leading.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 15/5/09 7:49AM
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