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Re: PSVita homebrew packaging standards discussion

Post by 173210 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 12:21 am

By the way, the device name "vfs" has two faults.
1. "v"
character "v" in "vfs" stands for Vita. But it means nothing because all filesystem devices are on PS Vita. :lol:

2. No digit
Other devices have a digit for the further extension. vfs should also have a digit.

Linux uses bind to mount a directory, so we can name it bf0.
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Re: PSVita homebrew packaging standards discussion

Post by hgoel0974 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 2:09 am

173210 wrote:By the way, the device name "vfs" has two faults.
1. "v"
character "v" in "vfs" stands for Vita. But it means nothing because all filesystem devices are on PS Vita. :lol:

2. No digit
Other devices have a digit for the further extension. vfs should also have a digit.

Linux uses bind to mount a directory, so we can name it bf0.
About point 1, the 'v' was meant to be 'virtual' although your argument makes sense :lol: fs0 might be the better choice.
About point 2, there is a digit there, unless you're suggesting we not have the digit?
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Re: PSVita homebrew packaging standards discussion

Post by 173210 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 2:14 am

hgoel0974 wrote:
173210 wrote:By the way, the device name "vfs" has two faults.
1. "v"
character "v" in "vfs" stands for Vita. But it means nothing because all filesystem devices are on PS Vita. :lol:

2. No digit
Other devices have a digit for the further extension. vfs should also have a digit.

Linux uses bind to mount a directory, so we can name it bf0.
About point 1, the 'v' was meant to be 'virtual' although your argument makes sense :lol: fs0 might be the better choice.
About point 2, there is a digit there, unless you're suggesting we not have the digit?
Oh, sorry, I missed the digit.
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Re: PSVita homebrew packaging standards discussion

Post by fate6 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 4:46 am

"virtual file system 0" or "vfs0" is fine IMHO.
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Re: PSVita homebrew packaging standards discussion

Post by 173210 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 12:05 pm

Add sfx2sfo · psp2sdk/tools@28bd8e6
https://github.com/psp2sdk/tools/commit ... d50117ef5b

I'll create make_package later.
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