Re (2): [Oberon] abbreviation NO in

peasthope at peasthope at
Fri Mar 5 23:58:57 MET 2010

Pieter & everyone,

Date:	Fri, 05 Mar 2010 22:04:49 +0100,
pm> Actually, have we ever considered the abbreviation "ETHNO" for "ETH
> Native Oberon"?

Good to me.  The Wikipedia page is revised.

Incidentally, hardware requirements, "133MHz Pentium ... " 
should be "Intel 80386 or later or equivalent" shouldn't it?
I still use the Alpha release on a Toshiba T2100, 486.

Regards,         Peter E.

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