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From: "Mark Hahn" <hahn@coffee.psychology.mcmaster.ca>
> it's just a content-addressable filestore. nothing new, and definitely
> unrelated to symlinks. the point is to uniquify files, almost certainly

Anyone want to impart clue? I'm under the impression that symlinks
and shortcuts are the same thing; hardlinks and shortcuts are
different.
..Stu



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