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SubjectRe: FS: hardlinks on directories
Nikita Danilov wrote:

>Hans Reiser writes:
> >
>
>[...]
>
> > So, he needs links that count as references, links that don't count as
> > references but disappear if the object disappears (without dangling like
> > symlinks), and unlinkall(), which removes an object and all of its
> > links. He needs for the first reference to a directory to be removable
> > only by removing all links to the object, or designating another link to
> > be the "first" reference.
> >
> > Sounds clean to me.
>
>Will surely continue to be this way until you start implementing. :)
>
> > This is not to say that I am funded to write
> > it.;-) I'd look at a patch though.....;-)
> >
> > I need to write up a taxonomy of links..... after reiser4 ships.....
>
>http://www.namesys.com/v4/links-taxonomy.html
>
> >
> > --
> > Hans
> >
>
>Nikita.
>
> >
>
>
>
>
I meant one that is intelligible to the reader and comes with a detailed
explanation.;-)

Also, I am sure we need another round of seminars on it.

--
Hans


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