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Changes between Version 55 and Version 56 of ReleaseNotes/0.5.0


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Timestamp:
2012-04-11T11:26:01Z (7 years ago)
Author:
Jiri Svoboda
Comment:

Simple bullet points shall not end with period

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  • ReleaseNotes/0.5.0

    v55 v56  
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    2121  * Introduced memory reservations in the kernel
    22     * Prevents from committing to allocate more memory than is really available.
     22    * Prevents from committing to allocate more memory than is really available
    2323  * Support for non-identity kernel mappings
    2424    * Enables the kernel to access arbitrary physical address and removes thus the previous limitations.
     
    5353=== File Systems ===
    5454
    55   * Added read-only support for Ext2 file system.
    56   * Added initial read / write support for exFAT file system.
    57   * The FAT file system server now supports also FAT12 and FAT32 variants.
    58   * The FAT server now supports the LFN extension.
    59   * Added initial support for the ISO 9660 file system.
    60   * Added read / write support for MINIX file system.
     55  * Added read-only support for Ext2 file system
     56  * Added initial read / write support for exFAT file system
     57  * The FAT file system server now supports also FAT12 and FAT32 variants
     58  * The FAT server now supports the LFN extension
     59  * Added initial support for the ISO 9660 file system
     60  * Added read / write support for MINIX file system
    6161  * VFS now supports multiple instances of the same file system via the `--instance` argument that can be passed to the `mount` command and the respective file system server.
    62   * The `mount` command without arguments will list all mounted file systems.
     62  * The `mount` command without arguments will list all mounted file systems
    6363
    6464=== Networking ===
     
    7777
    7878=== Libraries ===
    79   * libc and some other libraries can be optionally made dynamically loaded on ia32.
    80   * libposix was introduced to provide a POSIX-compatibility layer.
     79  * libc and some other libraries can be optionally made dynamically loaded on ia32
     80  * libposix was introduced to provide a POSIX-compatibility layer
    8181
    8282=== Miscellaneous ===