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Viking, in practice you'd find your layer was larger and more complex than the OS underneath it. It would be the bodge to end all bodges, and really too horrid to contemplate.

With any software development, and particularly OS development, if you can't do it properly, do it at all.

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 30/5/09 7:22PM
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