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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?

# > That said, we obviously _can_ handle it - it's very similar to the
# > loop-mount issue, after all. In many ways you could think of any complex
# > object as a "mount-point" for the complex behaviour, and that should
# > take care of most issues. It certainly takes care of the multi-link issue.
#
# Umm... /me scratches head. /me silently suspects that internally these
# "hardlinks" are implemented in rather funny ways. /me wants to know how
# the green fsck does CHKDSK react on them and what actually happens.
NTFS supports links, AFAIK. They're just not used very often.

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