Nick Murtagh wrote:
> Justin Mason wrote:
>>> TBH, I haven't heard a good idea of what they plan to actually DO
>> treating the fs as a db, beyond vague handwaving and occasional pointers
>> to Be's "indexing metadata at the fs level".
>>>> Anyone know? Is there some compelling use-case (that will actually
>> work) in the offing? Or is it just a fancy handwavy way of saying
>> "we'll supporting indexing the files"?
>>> There loads of stuff on their website. Haven't read it myself though.
Didn't BEOS have some wonderful 64 bit filesystem, which was database
driven and super-wonder coffee making facilities, before BeOS, was
I seem to remember reading an interview with two of the BeOS developers,
which has been lost in the ether of google..
Dominic Giampaolo and Pavel Cisler ? Now working for Apple?
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