MSDOSFS patch of dirty flag (Darwin Import)
tlambert2 at mindspring.com
Fri Jul 18 21:46:27 PDT 2003
Jun Su wrote:
> I began to import some code from Darwin msdosfs. Here
> is my first patch about the dirty flag. I patched the
> msdosfs kernel module and fsck_msdos to enable the
> flag. Can someone test it and checked in? Must I
> submit a PR?
> From my own option, the new features of Darwin's
> msdosfs are dirty flag, adv_lock and unicode name. I
> will check them in the next week. Do these features
> have chance to commit?
Not if you never get them published.
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and go look at it occasionally.
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