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[News] ext2 filesystem/handler for MorphOS releasedANN.lu
Posted on 12-Oct-2004 08:51 GMT by Happy MOS User35 comments
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A first version of a ext2 fs/handler was released for MorphOS. It's still beta, but was reported to work well.

Read more about it on MorphOS-News.de
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ext2 filesystem/handler for MorphOS released : Comment 20 of 35ANN.lu
Posted by Andrea Maniero on 12-Oct-2004 13:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 19 (Peter Gordon):
I don't know wether it's completely closed source; however, a quick look at the readme would suggest so. In fact it's just an handler (not a complete filesystem) with read-only support ATM. These and the fact that it uses libDeviceIO (a MOS/Amiga SW) make me think that it might be an original development from scratch, still heavily WIP. If it was a port, I'd be lead to think it would have less MOS specific code/features in it, and would probably be a complete filesystem.
It's a very nice development nevertheless in both cases (be it OSS or closed source). Or am I wrong?
(yes, in case it uses GPL/LGPL code, the source code should be made available, but it's perfectly possible it's closed source)

Kind regards,
Andrea
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