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Subject: Re: Symlinks on Archos
From: Chris Muth (muthchris_at_muth.cc)
Date: 2003-01-27


Now which would that be?

The C code for DOS?
The zip with the pdf?
The C/C++ code for windows?

If you are talking about the zip with the pdf; note that that is the one I linked to.
Which one are you talking about?

-Chris Muth

Original message from: "roland"
>Hi,
>perhaps this link is a little bit better one, because it also links to a
>doc which is describing the lnk fileformat in detail.
>
>http://myfileformats.com/search.php?name=lnk
>
>regards
>Roland
>
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Chris Muth" <muthchris_at_quantumsingularity.cc>
>To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2003 10:42 PM
>Subject: RE: Symlinks on Archos
>
>
>> If anyone is interested, here is a document describing the lnk file
>format.
>>
>>
><http://myfileformats.com/download.php?url=/files/shortcut.zip&id=5870&name=
>LNK>
>>
>> HTH,
>> Chris Muth
>>
>> Original message from: "Holger Lembke"
>> >> I suppose it would be foolish to hope that the Archos could
>> >> support NTFS and NTFS junctions (the Windows equivalent of symlinks);
>> >> is there any other way to get a symlink on the Archos that anyone is
>> >> aware of?
>> >
>> >Interpreting 'standard windows .lnk'-files would be an easy task.
>> >
>> >--
>> >Holger Lembke Keep your Mailbox SPAM free:
>> >+49-531-334676 Disruptor OL http://hlembke.de/dol/
>> >
>> >
>>
>
>



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