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As has been discussed before, distributing RISC OS and HAL separately is a non-starter. Additionally, the ROL and CTL branches have likely diverged so much, it would be next to impossible to get them to interwork, even if you could get the companies to co-operate on making an OS people hold dear survive, rather than trying to make money out of it.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 22/5/09 5:47PM
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