[Tux3] user space version

Daniel Phillips phillips at phunq.net
Thu Nov 27 05:41:10 PST 2008

On Thursday 27 November 2008 05:26, Oliver Oli wrote:
> Now you are moving to kernel space, will the Fuse version soon be
> obsolete or are you going to maintain both? This would enable ports
> for OS X, FreeBSD and Windows in the future. I find it really
> frustrating that there is no cross-platform file system besides FAT32
> and NTFS. I know this is not the main goal, but maybe it could be a
> nice side effect... :-)

We are going to maintain the fuse version.  It has proved very useful
for development.  Besides, we put so much work into making the files
compile both in kernel and user space, how could we bear to throw that

> Daniel, I appreciate your well written summaries of the development
> process. I have not much clue about file systems (and I only
> accidentally stumbled upon Tux3 on the DragonflyBSD list), but it's
> always fun to read mailing lists were people care about communication
> and try to express their ideas in a comprehensible way.

Much appreciated.  I just wish there were more of that all round.



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