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Actually the original territory modules all came from Acorn. They all used the same source. I don't know how much this holds true for the latest versions from a4com, because AFAIK they have modified them quite a bit for the international territory package and 32bit-compatability.

They were supplied to end-users by third parties, because they were part of complete localisation packages, wich also included all the localised template-, resource- and messages-files.

 is a RISC OS UserJGZimmerle on 27/05/05 8:11PM
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