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Is RO5 32 bit or is it 32 bit neutral? If the latter then could it not be used in either mode on a Risc PC? Depending on whether 26 bit support is needed. (Maybe something similar to aemulor could even switch modes as needed.)

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 31/5/09 2:40PM
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