On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 8:58 PM Axel Dörfler <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Am 25/07/2018 um 20:20 schrieb Dario Casalinuovo:
The main difference however compared to past attempts, is that my
project try to reuse as much code as possible and so maintain as much
possible compatibility with Haiku. This is done by reimplementing
libroot on top of linux. This allowed me, to port some parts of Haiku in
a nice way, without changing any code.
It's not the first time Cosmoe is reactivated, but I hope it'll get
useful some day. Have fun working on it!
* _basic_ fs functionalities work (we need to build an userland server
to support queries on top of extattr and solve the remaining
Queries on BFS need FS support; a better and more flexible mechanism
would probably an FS independent solution.
Also, I would argue that open-by-inode should be phased out in Haiku as
well, if possible, in the future.