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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?
Alexander Viro wrote:

> > The complex object just becomes a "mini-filesystem within a filesystem",
> > in fact. Which is conceptually right: the actual behaviour of that
> > embedded filesystem is not necessarily at all as complex as the behaviour
> > of the "full" filesystem.
> *bingo*
> That's what I was proposing.

Just a question -- will there be a performance
issue with mounting and unmounting lots of very
little filesystems (every file with EAs/streams?
And, how transparent will it be? Will the user
have to "mount muckety-muck myfile" to use its
streams?

That would make things "intereting." Like
netatalk+hfs...

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