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I think I don't understand everything:

On the back of my Castle C/C++ cd I can read: License to use and distribute 32 bit !System updates.

Can someone please explain me (in simple English ) why it is now forbidden to distribute the !System ?

On the dutch website: [link] I can read the same Very confusing but as far as I can see there is not much Castle can do if I put for example the !System zipped on my website.

 is a RISC OS UserEasyKees on 20/1/06 12:56PM
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