From: Victor A. Wagner, Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-17 14:24:09
At Saturday 2003-08-16 06:39, you wrote:
>Dave Gomboc wrote:
> > For example, while it is possible to think of all drives on an MS
> > Windows machine as being part of a single filesystem, an individual
> > using NTFS on
> > C:, FAT32 on D:, FAT16 on E:, and FAT12 on A: reasonably would not.
>Not only do I think of these drives as a single conceptual filesystem, but I
>don't even think of 'c:/' as conceptually top level. c:\ should map to '/My
>Computer/c:/', '/drives/c:/' or something similar, not '/c:/'.
that's one of the reasons I suggested the "anchor" concept
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