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Old 20 May 2016, 12:16   #20
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Originally Posted by vulture View Post
Surely, the old P96 archive with its license scheme can still be used even if someone else buys its rights?
Even if it could, it would still mean no new drivers could be developed from it, only what already exists legally.
The new FPGA boards that are out and coming out would not be permitted to use P96 without being held hostage, neither would any new graphics board.
It would mean the end of P96 anyway as the relevant folk are already looking into CyberGFX as a alternative in case this happens.
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