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SubjectRe: CRAMFS
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Followup to:  <35438.128.107.165.13.1068235628.squirrel@mail.yumbrad.com>
By author: "Bradley Bozarth" <prettygood@cs.stanford.edu>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Daniel Quinlan originally maintained this, now it is orphaned. His endian
> patch, which implemented the correct behavior according to the docs (which
> basically listed always do little endian as a todo), was dropped.
>
> We have been maintaining this patch on our kernel, but it really should go
> in - I don't want to spend a ton of time like I did last time to have it
> dropped again, however - is anyone thinking of maintaining cramfs? What
> are the chances of the endian fix going in if I submit it again? (if even
> the former maintainer had no success). I would maintain cramfs if desired
> - it hasn't really changed in a long time except in regards to higher
> level fs changes.
>

I think Al Viro has been doing a rewrite. You may want to check with him.

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