I was wondering how much work it would take (if possible) to add HFS+ support to A/UX given the following:
1. I assume that normally anything like that has to be put in the kernel which in this case is impossible.
2. On the old Jagubox mirror was a program called HFSMount which apparently scanned for HFS volumes and (tried to) mounted them. Not sure what else it does/did such as read and write. But apparently it didn't work very well.
3. Some work seems to have been done in the Linux world to add HFS+ support to the kernels (I assume). See this link for example and links therein: www.johnleach.co.uk/documents/powerpc/ . So information on the filesystem seems to be there.
Can anyone shine any light on this (I presume that this is impossible but I'd like to get an "expert" opinion).