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Old 06-26-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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LXer: The non-operating system operating system

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I touched briefly upon OS independence when I wrote a little bit about the Q10 minimalistic word processor a few weeks ago and PyRoom, another minimalistic word processor, last week. Or, if I didnít, then I certainly should have done. The point that Iím trying to make is that as both of those applications save their data as straight unmodified text files; those file are obviously readable on pretty much any system out there, from computers to word processors, tablet devices to mobile phones Ė hell, I think that even my Microwave displays text files. Perhaps I exaggerate slightly?



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