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It's not as simple as that. Multi-core SoCs with ARM9s and ARM11s have been available for some time. My point is that the OMAP isn't a CPU, it's a System on-a Chip. And porting between models of SoCs can be complicated regardless of if you already support the CPU.

How will RISC OS work with multiple CPUs? Not at all well.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 20/5/09 8:06PM
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