Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Jan 2007 21:12 UTC, submitted by David Derby
RISC OS "In my opinion, the Draw module is one of the most significant and useful components of RISC OS. For the uninitiated, it provides a set of routines for calculating, transforming and rendering lines, polygons, bezier curves, sprites, and text. The Draw application has been bundled with every version of RISC OS and the draw file format is a defacto standard for almost every RISC OS application that incorporates graphics, and then some. In this article I hope to demonstrate some of the flexibility that Draw and the RISC OS desktop can provide."
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epistaxsis
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2006-09-10

...simple

We are paying for a coder to do the port

& as for a desktop OS not going anywhere it is because *it doesn't really have to*

RISC OS is known for its GUI :-)

& yes before I get flamed I know there could be improvements made but hey isnt that the same for all OSes?

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