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Re: VFS Help

From: James Frazer <jfrazer@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 12:17:27 -0500

After having worked a hard day on the farm, the _last_ thing I want to do is crawl into a big old itchy haystack -- even if there is ice(cream) inside of it.

Lets change this analogy to "having a cold beer in the shade vs having a warm one"

Also hay is a pretty good insulator, so the icecream might stay unmelted for quite some time. I have often been surprised to find winter ice under hay well into the summer months (july). Sorry for being offtopic, I just thought I should correct you guys about the true nature of hay and haystacks.


Eirik Nygaard wrote:
On Mon, Apr 12, 2004 at 09:20:18AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:

:Hey, fellow DF users!
:I was curious, if I wanted to learn about the VFS subsystem, are there :any good documentation references to accompany the code itself?
:I'm interested in the ACL support for the VFS that has been discussed :and would enjoy helping with those effors. However, I currently know :nothing of the VFS other than a few bits and pieces I looked at in :vnode.h and vfs_init.c.
:Any help would be appreciated. :-D

   Ha, finding documentation on VFS is about as easy as finding a fresh
   ice cream bar in a hay stack on a hot day!

Well, perhaps there is time _someone_ sits down and write down some
documentation then, don't you think? Some people might be glad to find
some cool ice in the hay stack after a hard days of work on the farm.

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