Welcome to FAT32 on Netlabs
This is the development home for FAT32 driver for eComStation and OS/2.
Getting the sources
In addition to browsing? the sources here, you can check out the sources with your favorite subversion client.
Keep in mind that, unlike cvs, tags and branches are ordinary directories in subversion. With the typical subversion repository layout, it is rather easy to checkout more than you probably intend to. To pull just the trunk version, use something like
mkdir FAT32_workspace cd FAT32_workspace svn checkout http://svn.netlabs.org/repos/fat32/trunk trunk
To update your workspace with the current repository content, use
cd FAT32_workspace\trunk svn update
If you want commit access to the repository, contact Adrian.
This project is based on the original FAT32 source code by Henk Kelder who was kind enough to release the source to Netlabs (netlabs.org) in January 2002 because he no longer used OS/2. As a result, it is now a Netlabs project with the full source code always available. He has kindly allowed us to take over maintenance and support of FAT32 and to release the program under the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE which can be found at http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.txt
As you might have suspected, FAT32 is a Netlabs project. The project URL is FAT32
The user support mailing list is at FAT32 Users Mailing List (not currently available)
Like all Netlabs mailing list, this is mirrored to gmane.
In addition the maintainers, monitor the comp.os.os2.programmer.misc newsgroup and others in the comp.os.os2.* hierarchy.
There is also a Yahoo group at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/FAT32User/
- Henk Kelder
- Brian Smith
- KO Myung-Hun
- Alfredo Fernández Día
- David Graser
- Lars Erdmann
If we forgot anyone, please let us know. It was unintentional.
I allow you to use all software in this package freely under the condition that the author, contributors, and myself are in no way responsible for any damage or loss you may suffer.
You should be aware of the fact that FAT32.IFS might damage the data stored on your hard disks.
If you cannot agree to these conditions, you should NOT use FAT32.IFS!
Adrian Gschwend @ netlabs.org