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but isn't that already the situation? And In reality there are only likely to be a few combinations anyway (especially if the upgrades are packaged.)

Select Select plus all bits of open that are better. Open Open plus free modules from ROL Open plus all good bits from select.

The current situation is that either OS could have any or all of the suitable modules supplied by the other company (clibrary, toolbox, dosfs etc.)

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 4/6/09 3:44PM
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