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Hans Reiser wrote:
> David Masover wrote:
>
>
>>Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu wrote:
>>
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>>>On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 14:58:07 CDT, David Masover said:
>>
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>>>>"Plugins" is a bad word. This user's combination of plugins is most
>>>>likely identical to other users', it's just which ones are enabled, and
>>>>which aren't? If they are all included, I assume they play nice.
>>
>>
>>>Which ones are enabled. Exactly.
>
>
> Reiser4 plugins are not per user, but per kernel. They are compiled
> in. The model is intended to ease the development process, nothing
> more. Apologies if the naming suggests more.

But, to avoid confusion, the inclusion of a crytocompress plugin in a
given kernel doesn't mean that all files accessed from that kernel are
encrypted and compressed. It just means that you can pick an individual
file and set it to be transparently encrypted/compressed.

That is what I meant by "enabled". Not per-user, but per-file.

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