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Re: Is there some current version of the FAT file system code available?


The FAT code was extracted to a separate repository:

Glancing at the code again, I notice it isn't fully up to date with respect to current Mirage coding standards. Ideally it would be refactored to use bigarrays (via cstruct) rather than OCaml strings.

Let me know if you find the code useful!

On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 3:26 PM, Johannes Kloos <jkloos@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Right now, it seems that there is no more code for the FAT filesystem in the MirageOS repository. Is there some reasonably up-to-date version of this code available somewhere?

More generally, I'm looking for an implementation of a file system that supports write operations and is based around the LWT library for a project on software verification. Does MirageOS provide something like this?

Best regards,

Dave Scott



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