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SubjectRe: libz, libbz2, ramfs and cramfs
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On Mon, 15 Oct 2001 15:06:42 +0200 (CEST), 
Cristiano Paris <c.paris@libero.it> wrote:
>I'm interested in developing a file system which could take features from
>ramfs and cramfs so I have a couple of questions which possibly Linus
>would answer to.
>Second, quoting from the jffs2's TODO list :
>
>- fix zlib. It's ugly as hell and there are at least three copies in the
>kernel tree

The -ac tree is moving to a single copy of zlib, in fs/inflate_fs. It
is currently used by cramfs and zisofs. jffs2 in the -ac tree still
uses its own copy of zlib and should be converted.

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