I have an awfully stupid question. I probably missed something. But anyway, I have to ask :-)
I never used ext2fsd, but I have some interest to look into its source codes. So I never bother to downloaded packages, but just browse the source via WebCVS on sourceforge.net (activating a once created bookmark in my browser).
And I do remember that there always were the only .c file (ext2fsd.c if I'm not mistaken) with all of the stuff in it. I visit it last time about several months ago (fall 2004).
But today I discovered that the link is broken, and the source code in CVS is now split in many small files, making it inconvenient to view in browser. So I decided to download a zip. package. I also downloaded several releases before the last, just to find out when the new source layout scheme started.
But all of them contain sources that are split in many small files. Does it mean that CVS contents was out-of-date for a (long?) time. Or something went wrong in my head?
I feel like being a fool but I need to know the truth. :)
Yes. The CVS content has not been maintained for long time ...
Strange! You could not get the latest content ?
I've already updated it. (I fogot when I did it.)
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