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Wed Jan 4 08:07:04 CST 2006
--- Saulius Krasuckas <saulius2 at ar.fi.lt> wrote:
> * On Mon, 21 Nov 2005, Vitaliy Margolen wrote:
> > * Monday, November 21, 2005, 4:54:56 PM, Ivan Leo
> Puoti wrote:
> > > Raphael Junqueira asked on bugzilla what the
> safedisc status is.
> > > Currently it works fine, and I believe what we
> have is more or less
> > > ready for CVS. However Vitaly told me Alexandre
> didn't like the object
> > > manager Vitaly wrote, mostly he didn't like
> permanent objects, that
> > > drivers depend on.
> > Following Alexandre's suggestions I've managed to
> get OM working without
> > support for permanent objects. There will be some
> modification required
> > for ntoskrnl for that to work. I'm just about
> finished integrating new
> > OM into ntoskrnl tree and almost ready to give it
> a try.
> > As far as OM goes it's mostly finished and passes
> all but two of om
> > tests. Also it don't see any side-affects from it
> either. All the
> > programs I've tested work in the same way as they
> were before. All named
> > object moved to directories and using
> RootDirectory part of
> > OBJECT_ATTRIBUTES for create/open.
> > Attached is the final revision of the directory
> object implementation.
> > If it looks ok I'm ready to send some patches <g>
> Any updates on this? What lefts to be done for
> ntoskrnl to enter the
> tree? :)
I've waited so long for this mythical ntoskrnl.exe
that "doesn't change NtDeviceIoControl()" and "uses
IPCs" to finally enter CVS. Can you please mail around
a sample of the code so we have some idea of how on
earth it works, I'm dying to know...
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