Archive for November, 2008

A Note on Pathname Processing in HFSDebug

Monday, November 24th, 2008

A couple of weeks ago, I released HFSDebug 4. I’ve updated it to make HFSDebug’s pathname processing a little more sophisticated. Depending on how (and how seriously) you use HFSDebug, knowing the details could be useful. When you specify a file system object to HFSDebug using a pathname, how HFSDebug will treat the pathname usually [...]

HFSDebug 4.0 and New HFS+ Features

Sunday, November 9th, 2008

I wrote HFSDebug in early 2004. I initially made it available as a software tool to help understand fragmentation in HFS+ volumes, although it could also be used to analyze several implementation details of HFS+. Eventually, I extended HFSDebug to be able to analyze all on-disk aspects of HFS+, along with the ability to compute [...]

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