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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][2/2] SquashFS
    Pavel Machek wrote:

    >>>So we are replacing severely-limited cramfs with also-limited
    >>I think that's rather unfair, Squashfs is significantly better than
    >>cramfs. The main aim of Squashfs has been to achieve the best
    >Yes, it *is* rather unfair. Sorry about that. But having 2 different
    >limited compressed filesystems in kernel does not seem good to me.
    what do you need e.g. reiserfs 4 for? or jfs? or xfs? does not ext2/3
    the journalling job also?
    is there really a need for cifs and samba and ncpfs and nfs v3 and nfs
    v4? why?


    >Well, out-of-tree maintainenance takes lot of time, too, so by keeping
    >limited code out-of-kernel we provide quite good incentive to make
    >those limits go away.
    >Perhaps squashfs is good enough improvement over cramfs... But I'd
    >like those 4Gb limits to go away.
    > Pavel
    we all do - but who does really care about stupid 4Gb limits on embedded
    systems with e.g.
    8 or 32 Mb maybe more of Flash Ram? really noboby

    if you want to have a squashfs for DVD images e.g. not 4.7Gb but
    DualLayer ect., why do you complain?
    you are maybe not even - nor you will be - a user of squashfs. but there
    are many people outside that use
    squashfs on different platforms and want to have it integrated to
    mainline kernel. so why are you blocking?

    did you have a look at the code? did you find a "trojan horse"?
    no and no? so why are you blocking? if the coding style is not that what
    nowadays kernel coder have as
    coding style? if you care - fix it - otherwise give hints and other
    people will do.


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