jimtabor at adsl-64-217-116-74.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net
Thu Aug 31 13:45:49 CEST 2006
Imre Leber wrote:
> Well, the reason I ask is that i am also maintaining a defrag utility.
> It currently does FAT12, FAT16, FAT32. But it would most likely not be so difficult to change it so that it can use the reactos calls for manipulating the file system. So it also works with NTFS.
> It has a lot more functionality then is available in windows defrag. Like sorting directories, which I think is not possible in windows. And 5 methods of defragmenting drives.
> A new interface should also be easy to add. There have always been two interfaces. So the all the file system manipulation code is completely seperate.
> The defragmentation code already works in windows xp, on image files, because that is how i debug it with visual C++ 7.1.
> So, you can tell me wether this would be of interest to reactos.
>>From: Imre Leber [mailto:imre.leber at telenet.be]
>>Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 10:24 AM
>>To: ros-dev at reactos.org
>>Subject: [ros-dev] scope?
>>What is actually the scope of the reactos project?
>>Just being able to run windows drivers and apps, or "everything that was on the CD" (like FreeDOS)?
Yes, whats on the CD plus more!
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