GSoC NTFS 2017 Update 7

Hi everyone! Last week I left off with an example of creating files, showing you how an index node fills up with file names. Once the node in a B-Tree gets too full, it needs to be split. I've been working on this for a while and I was expecting that I'd have an example of this working. I even delayed writing this post because I was so sure this feature was almost ready. Sadly, it looks like it will be a little longer still. :(

I did make some progress I can show off though. I fixed a bug that was preventing creating a file via right-clicking in a folder. This is working now:

GSOC Project TSE Week 8 : Phase 3

Hey there! 0/

Sorry for posting my blog late this time :P. Was kinda busy with my family duties, besides some errands. Also, my college is starting from this week. As devs, we are better coders than writers but yeah, as a GSoC norm, blogging is a healthy habit which keeps us updated. ;)

GSoC xHCI status update

In this post I’m going to detail my work progress. In the past week I’ve decided to clean up the code. Some parts of the code was re-written as functions. After that I’ve started working on the USB port status function. When an interrupt is generated the code is getting stuck in a loop. I’m trying to figure out what caused it.

GSoC NTFS 2017 Update 6

Hello again! :)

Last week, I finished the code that writes a B-Tree node to disk. Specifically, it lets me write the node to an index buffer within the index allocation of the parent directory. Don't worry if that doesn't make sense, I'll explain it more below.

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