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Thu Mar 12 02:30:28 EDT 2009

came from for insertion into the physfs "standard distro". If your looking 
for compiled dlls then here:

>> That's fair enough if physfs is purely for binary read/write
>> operations. If physfs is meant to be an alternate file system then
>> it does add completeness.
> It is my understanding that physfs basically handles raw bytes and
> doesn't want to get into the business of providing file parsing.  It's
> trivial to layer something on top of physfs for that, and for embedded
> devices you really don't want to incur the overhead of adding more
> stuff that isn't strictly necessary.

Your right, I'm not really pushing it as core, hence I keep it in a separate 
file too. Just making a point 

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