[ros-dev] FullFAT replacement for Fastfat.sys
gabrielilardi at hotmail.it
Wed Jul 29 19:56:45 CEST 2009
Welcome to the team!
ReactOS kernel aims to be compatible with W2k3's, meanwhile Win32 subsystem aims atm Vista.
You'll come across missing stuff, just search for UNIMPLEMENTED throughout the code. Encoded started a page with missing functionality here: http://www.reactos.org/wiki/Missing_ReactOS_Functionality
Hope you have fun with ReactOS as much as we do...
> Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 13:59:42 +0200
> From: james at worm.me.uk
> To: ros-dev at reactos.org
> Subject: [ros-dev] FullFAT replacement for Fastfat.sys
> Hi Everyone,
> I just thought I'd introduce myself. I am the author of a new FAT
> implementation that was really designed for embedded systems. As such
> it provides very good performance. (See www.fullfat-fs.co.uk).
> Fireball contacted me a few days ago to discuss the current
> development of FullFAT, and since I have agreed to implement an IFS
> driver based on FullFAT with a view to replacing the current
> fastfat.sys implementation. During the conversation we also discussed
> implementing a special journaling extension to FullFAT via the windows
> I hope to start work on this project in the next few weeks, and
> further to this I would also like to help in some other areas of
> ReactOS. I shall be taking a closer look at the ReactOS code over the
> coming weeks, and will probably post some questions about various
> aspects. I have just bought the Windows Internals, fifth edition
> co-authored by Alex Ionescu, hopefully this will provide me with a
> good overview of the Windows architecture etc.
> For complete Windows XP compatibility, just how much of the
> implementation is currently missing from ReactOS?
> Nice to meet you all, and I hope to provide some good contributions to
> ReactOS in the near future.
> James Walmsley
> james at worm.me.uk
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> Ros-dev at reactos.org
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