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SubjectRe: [PATCH v8 00/31] Rust support
On Tue, Aug 02, 2022 at 03:49:47AM +0200, Miguel Ojeda wrote:
> Some of the improvements to the abstractions and example drivers are:
> - Filesystem support (`fs` module), including:
> + `INode` type (which wraps `struct inode`).
> + `DEntry` type (which wraps `struct dentry`).
> + `Filename` type (which wraps `struct filename`).
> + `Registration` type.
> + `Type` and `Context` traits.
> + `SuperBlock` type (which wraps `struct super_block` and takes
> advantage of typestates for its initialization).
> + File system parameters support (with a `Value` enum; `Spec*`
> and `Constant*` types, `define_fs_params!` macro...).
> + File system flags.
> + `module_fs!` macro to simplify registering kernel modules that
> only implement a single file system.
> + A file system sample.

None of this (afaict) has been discussed on linux-fsdevel. And I may
have missed somethiing, but I don't see the fs module in this series
of patches. Could linux-fsdevel be cc'd on the development of Rust
support for filesystems in the future?

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