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Re: Hurd Projects

I have had an idea of a freenet translator
for a long time.

I have never installed the hurd (I do not have a computer)
and I do not know if the translator is possible (or a good idea).

My idea is that you would use the translator like the ftp
translator except when you cd to a directory you get the
directory full of files that matches the "search".


cd debian

... would give all files that a freenet search for debian would
give. I do *not* know how you make translators, nor do I use
freenet, so its just an idea!

As it seams to take long time for me to install
the hurd, and doing programing for it is most
a future dream, I hope someone will like the idea.

I think there is some freenet libs out there that could do
the freenet part of it.

Finaly i would like to know if the idea is just idiotic
or if it really could be something.

Hope you understand my bad english!


On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, arun v wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm new bee to Hurd. I'm interested in programming in
> Hurd. As a first step, i tried to implement trivial
> translators for cat, tr, head commands and was pretty
> successful.
> Now i'm looking forward for some good projects in
> Hurd, preferrably related to translators. Can u give
> some good ideas?
> Thanks,
> Arun.
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