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SubjectRe: NTFS-like streams?


On Tue, 15 Aug 2000, Mo McKinlay wrote:

>
> # I'm rapidly coming to the conclusion that any solution which does *not*
> # allow an opendir() on it is just terminally broken.
>
> No no no!
>
> Directories can have streams as well as files.

So how the fuck does one access the streams on NTFS root? On NT, that is.
And how, BTW, are hardlinks implemented if the description of MFT entry
given upthread was correct (it included "name" field)?

What kind of tasteless <censored> designed that bloody filesystem?


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