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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 21 of 35ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 12-Oct-2004 14:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Anonymous):
Couldn't it have been written from scratch? Isn't that the most
preferable for system components like this anyway, I mean, slick and
lean, NATIVE code should give far better performance than ported *nix
code, shoudln't it?

Like the well documented Amiga API made it possible to write
complete new OS's from scratch, such as MorphOS and AROS, wouldn't it
be possible to write a filesystem handler from scratch based on the
well spread ext2 documentation?
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