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    SubjectRe: (reiserfs) Re: I discussed reading directories as files with jra, Stallman, and


    On Tue, 22 Jun 1999, Bill Huey wrote:

    >
    > > One of the reasons why the Apple resource-fork was a really sucky idea
    > > in practice was that executables stored dialog boxes, buttons, text, all
    > > in resources --- which would get lost if you tried to ftp the file
    > > unless you binhexed or otherwise prepped the file for transfer first.
    >
    > Oh, you're brain-dead shut the hell up...
    >
    > Macintosh resource forks are somethat you you either "get" or don't "get".
    >
    > Coming from a Macintosh background and working with Macintosh OS internals,
    > I can't imagine that OSes live without and additional stream per file.

    Then WTF are you doing here?

    *PLONK*


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