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So it's apparently not so much the front-end as the fact that it's easier to write core sections on other platforms. Then why isn't the advert for a RISC OS "core" coder?

"Many of the features that were in the RISC OS front end are now being moved to the core, so that there will be less RISC OS specific code, and that code can be tested properly on platforms with better debug tools."

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