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Libraries again -
Following on from another post on Libraries where the OP wanted to "Hack" the Windows explorer display.
Just a suggestion - perhaps someone who has robustly tested the Library system out and with data spanning different volumes perhaps could write a section in the tutorial section on how to use this in practice such as managing Music, film, photo collections or other large data archives.
I'd actually be quite interested in linking the Library facility to say a MySQL database which could then even be accessed via the Internet to retrieve / manage data. Even Linux systems can Read / write NTFS data now BTW but using "Network shares" is probably a better idea.
Just a suggestion guys - seems a better use of time than scanning the torrents for the next Windows 7 build.
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