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Ghosts of Unix Past: a historic search for design patterns

Ghosts of Unix Past: a historic search for design patterns

Posted Oct 27, 2010 23:10 UTC (Wed) by jg (subscriber, #17537)
In reply to: Ghosts of Unix Past: a historic search for design patterns by wahern
Parent article: Ghosts of Unix Past: a historical search for design patterns

Fuse would be fine... Seems like the right idea to me. Sure beats the NFS X implementation, that most have mercifully forgotten was done at one point. I'd certainly like to be able to wander through my graphics system for lots of reasons.

Unfortunately, it didn't exist in 1984: there were 20 file descriptors total a process could use in that era.
- Jim


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