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SubjectRe: CONFIG_VFAT_FS_DUALNAMES regressions

I think the email I just sent applies here, as well. And I echo
Tridge's sentiments about giving me a shout if you have some idea for
qorkarounds. I'm here to be a sounding board for you.


On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 9:24 AM, <> wrote:
> Hi Pavel,
>  > Actually, why not having dosfsck creating _matching_ short names for
>  > long names? As it only writes short names, it should be safe :-).
> As I mentioned to Boaz, what usually matters for claim construction in
> patents is the overall system. I'm sure John Lanza would be happy to
> run through it with you if you want a more legally detailed answer,
> but basically breaking it up within the one system isn't likely to
> help us.
> Like I mentioned to Boaz though, do keep thinking about it. There may
> well be a better solution that nobody has suggested yet. You might
> also like to read the file wrapper (availble on the USPTO site) which
> shows the discussions between the patent office and the
> applicant. That is often a good source of inspiration for patent
> workarounds. If you think you've found something then it might be a
> good idea to raise it with John Lanza first.
> Cheers, Tridge
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