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We have no shame:
e2compr has a long and chequered history of revision and abandonment. This
site is a rally point for any surviving e2compr coding efforts.
A Brief History of e2compr
The Renaissance (Linux 3.0 series, 2011): http://e2compr.sourceforge.net/
Linux 3.1 port: The patch was completly reworked and cleaned up some time ago. It is now as compact as possible. This helps to make the code more portable and simplifies the understanding of the code itself. Updated august 2011 by firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Age (Linux 2.4.>=26 / 2.6.>=22, 2007-2008): http://e2compr.sourceforge.net/
Linux 2.6 port started by Paul Whittaker and Terry Loveall. Finially finished 2.6.2x development and currently maintained by Matthias Winkler.
The Modern Age (Linux 2.4.>17 / 2.6, 2003-2004): http://e2compr.sourceforge.net/
The Third Age (Linux 2.4.<=17, 2001-2002): http://www.alizt.com/
The Second Age (Linux 2.0 / 2.2, 1997-2000): http://e2compr.memalpha.cx/e2compr/
Linux 2.0 and 2.2 ports, and substantial enhancement, by Peter Moulder and others. Peter's many addresses include:
Various alternate sites existed during this era:
Genesis (Linux 1.2 / 1.3, 1995-1997): http://www.etca.fr/Users/Antoine+de+Maricourt/english/e2compress.htmlOriginal code by Antoine Dumesnil de Maricourt.