[Oberon] another testimonial

peasthope at shaw.ca peasthope at shaw.ca
Sat Feb 20 00:34:53 MET 2010

Date: Tue Jan 26 11:10:49 2010, sven.stauber at inf.ethz.ch wrote,
> But I have to admit that the low memory footprint / CPU 
> requirements of N-O (in particular the Gadgets system) are impressive.

Once or twice a year one of my Linux systems is in bad trouble.
Currently, for example, X is broken on the home system.  In this 
circumstance Native Oberon is amazingly helpful.  ET is far 
better for reading a manual page than is a text console and  
Desktops.OpenDoc  http://... is far better than Lynx for most 
Linux documentation.  The NO design objective of high reliablility 
is well appreciated.

Regards,           ... Peter E.

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