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SubjectRe: [RFC]: linux/drivers/compression
On Fri, 16 Jan 1998, Chris Evans wrote:

> The latest (well, slightly old and in need of integrating) loop device
> patches allow for "generic block transforms" as someone else mentioned.
> The patch comes in two parts; one with just XOR/stenagraphy modules (and
> the loop device driver update), and the other adds support for CAST-128
> transforms, etc.

Why haven't they been integrated in the kernel?
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