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SubjectRe: abstract file (support multi-part)
On Monday, 21 August 2000 at 00:10, James Sutherland wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Aug 2000, Mo McKinlay wrote:
> > Unless I'm mistaken, in which case would you be so kind as to point me at
> > an example of userspace code which accesses HFS forks,
>
> Netatalk does, apparently. HFS forks are certainly accessible to userspace
> without ANY changes to the API.

I thought netatalk sat on top of a regular unix filesystem, and
created the forks on the fly for macintosh clients. I don't believe it
can see into a local HFS filesystem any better than any other
userspace app...

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