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@mcclure111 (Also I came to remember about my own library that it doesn't actually let you mount the same archive twice, because we reference mounted archives by their filename, which is bad and I should change that when I break backwards compatibility.)
Tweeted 18 Oct 18 in reply to icculus via Twitter Web Client
Sometimes I think about how far we've come in software development in my lifetime, and then I remember that we're still writing blog posts about the proper way to write comments and then I remember we don't definitely know _anything_.
Tweeted 18 Oct 18 via Twitter Web Client
I have a _really good_ ticket for #HamiltonCLT for Sunday night I can’t use. If you are near Charlotte and want it, DM me and I’ll try to figure out who to give it to.
Tweeted 13 Oct 18 via Twitter for iPhone
@mcclure111 So you can do: mount(“x.zip”, “/mnt”); bind(“/mnt/a”, “/b”); bind(“/mnt”, NULL); ...to get x.zip/a accessible at “/b” and the rest of the archive inaccessible. Does this fit your use case or am I totally off here?
Tweeted 13 Oct 18 in reply to icculus via Twitter for iPhone
@mcclure111 I haven’t written this yet, but I’m thinking: PHYSFS_bind(char *a, char *b)...filename resolution will check the bind table, and accesses to a will map to b. A can be dir or file. If b==NULL, it cuts off access to that path. PHYSFS_unbind(a) removes it from table.
Tweeted 13 Oct 18 in reply to mcc via Twitter for iPhone