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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?
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vickery@ntcv.cs.qc.edu said:
> NTFS allows you to create multiple "streams" within a file. "echo
> hello > x:y" creates a zero-byte file named x with a "stream" named y
> containing hello.

We have something very similar under Linux.

We call them 'directories'.

"mkdir x ; echo hello > x/y" creates a 'directory' named x with a 'file'
named y containing hello.

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dwmw2



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