James Sutherland writes:
> On Thu, 4 May 2000, Alexander Viro wrote:
> > BTW, what does it do on l-k?
> The thread started here; also, documentation of Windows [NT]'s
> innards could be useful in parts (like the NTFS driver).
Yes, but the thread shouldn't have started in the first place. And at
the moment it's all speculation and wishful thinking. *IF* we get
source code, we can debate the merits of using it for NTFS debugging
on l-k. Or better yet, just debug it instead of talking about it.
For this particular case, if people want to make a difference,
purchase a congresscritter. Posturing on l-k won't change the Real
This thread is just another example of why I filter more and more of
l-k to /dev/null.
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