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SubjectRe: FS: hardlinks on directories
Stephan von Krawczynski wrote:

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>>The KIS principle is the key. A graph is NOT simple to maintain.
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>This is true. But I am very willing to believe reiserfs is not simple either,
>still it is there ;-)
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>Regards,
>Stephan
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If you want hard linked directories, send us a patch for v4. Should be
VERY easy to write. If there is some reason it is not simple, let me
know. Discuss it with Vitaly though, it might affect fsck.

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Hans


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