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SubjectRe: NWFS Source Code Posted at 207.109.151.240
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> Yes, i've looked at Alan's Documentation stuff.  And as always, Alan's
> work is absolutely excellent -- however, what's really needed is
> something like NT puts out with their IFS Kits, a sample VFS code

Documenting the functions is the first project, then the structures.

> to watch out for. Richard Gooch did a decent job on the vfs.txt file
> (it was better than nothing). We need more though to get on par with
> NT.

Yep - but documentation is boring and uncool.. unfortunately too many programmers
believe this. Documentation is worth it just to be able to answer all your
mail with 'RTFM'


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