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Re: [leafnode-list] need help with cygwin port
"Gerrit P. Haase" <gerrit.haase@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > Because NTFS lacks link(2) functionality, like VFAT.
> Not true.
Ok, I stand corrected.
> There are only some problems with implementing the threads, but
> they are nearly complete. It will last some days, but at the end
> there will be full posix compatibility, whether you guys believe
> it or not.
No threads in leafnode, and the fork it does in fetchnews could easily
be dropped in an AmigaOS port. :-]
(And you won't get hard links on FAT without a reimplementation of the
> Unix is 30 years old and a little bit out of date.
Oh, it's quite useful, fast and reliable in spite of its age. Are you
telling us Windows is up-to-date? Because it plays nice graphics games
and every subsequent version of Windows requires more horse power just
because it carries more bloat? Linux or FreeBSD, for example, evolve
into saving ressources with new releases... Ever heard about zerocopy
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