[openbeos] Re: File System Documentation Sources

  • From: "Ithamar R. Adema" <ithamar@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 19:29:30 +0100

Hi Alex,

Could you create a simple text/html file containing these links and 
information=3F Then it could be uploaded to CVS in the docs directory :)

Regards,

Ithamar.

>Besides the DOS FS, there's also a CD-ROM file system example that
>comes with the developer part of BeOS, if you installed it, its at:
>/boot/optional/sample-code/add-ons/iso9660
>
>On BeBits you can get code from:
>AtheOS FS http://www.bebits.com/app/2028
>There used to be a copy of NTFS too, but the site seems to be down.
>
>Then the developer library
>http://www.be.com/developers/dev=5Flib/index.html
>has some articles on file systems, the most relevant being:
>http://www-classic.be.com/aboutbe/benewsletter/volume=5FIII/
Issue20.html#Insight
>and other articles tangentially related (device drivers,
>programming in kernel mode, etc).
>
>There's also the very good Practical File System Design book,
>http://www.mkp.com/books=5Fcatalog/catalog.asp=3FISBN=3D1-55860-497-9
>
>And finally, there's my ongoing documentation of the file system API,
>condensed from all those sources and my continuing experiences
>with trying to write a RAM file system:
>http://home.achilles.net/~agmsmith/beos/FileSystemAPINotes20011018.zip
>
>- Alex




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