>     The version I sent to the list assumes a '/' directory 
> separator. I'm
> releasing a fixed version (a snapshot of my working code) in 
> a couple of
> seconds.

Thats fine on windows too (a backslash is only required on the standard
command line, but everywhere else a / is ok too)

>     I do think it's worth a try, but I doubt NTFS is as good 
> as ReiserFS
> :)

Mmmmm. I suspect NTs heavier file security checks will prove to be a
significant disadvantage - benchmarks to follow.

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