Subject: Re: Release of 1.2?
To: James Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris G Demetriou <Chris_G_Demetriou@ux2.sp.cs.cmu.edu>
Date: 08/29/1996 19:16:18
> At this point, we could have stably released 1.2 and been well on our way
> to putting 1.3 together; instead we're still sitting here running 1.2B which
> isn't likely to change by the time the next -current gets underway.
1.2_BETA != 1.2B, but the point remains the same.
> Curiously, why is there an "fsck_ffs"? Do we plan on fsck'ing any other
> kinds of filesystems?
In a word, "yes."
> Do we currently support "fsck_msdos"?
No, but since we have an msdos file system, and that's a "real"
file system complete with bits on a disk someplace, we should.
same goes for LFS (or would if the version in our tree worked),
and for the AmigaDOS file system.