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In article <Pine.LNX.4.44.0210061718370.9062-100000@localhost.localdomain>,
Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu> wrote:
>so BK cannot be used to access the kernel tree in that case, correct? I'm
>just wondering where the boundary line is. Eg. if i started working on a
>versioned filesystem today, i'd not be allowed to use BK. I just have to
>keep stuff like that in mind when using BK.
And what if that versioning filesystem got accepted into mainline?
Every kernel developer would have to buy a BK license.

Either that or a versioning filesystem cannot get into mainline.
Sorry Hans, no reiser4 in the kernel.

Mike.

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