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Re: JFFS2 endianness.
Glad to see you come around. Here's one vote (again) for network byte
keep up the good work.
David Woodhouse wrote:
> I think that having JFFS2 host-endian was a mistake, and is going to hurt
> when we start working on removable media.
> I'm planning to retroactively define it to be little-endian, thereby
> breaking all current users of it on BE boxen.
> I will provide a compile-time option to not byteswap, though. Not a
> configuration option - you'll have to edit a header file. But that should
> be enough.
> If you object, now would be a good time to attempt to dissuade me :)
> The link to the host's PAGE_SIZE is also going away. I'll do that more
> gently though - I'll stop the code from breaking if it encounters nodes
> which cross page boundaries, then leave it for a _long_ time before we
> actually start to _write_ them like that.
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