New *LMLS command.
Fix for ./.. files in short filename shares. Long multiply now provided in assembler. Detail: *LMLS is a new filesystem-specific command which performs the same task as "smbclient -L" does under UNIX - ie. listing all the shares available on the specified host. When enumerating the shares on a remote server, LanManFS now remembers all the printers, IPC, device and disc shares (for *LMLS to output). The 32x32->64 multiply routine is now provided in assembler instead of the previous huge amount of obscure C taken from NSPRLib. This is more understandable (and almost certainly far smaller and quicker and doesn't need a hack to stop the compiler mis-optimising it!) Old short filename shares still had problems with the . and .. file filtering. Programmer fault there - should've let the compiler do the optimisations :-) Server info string fixed to byte-reverse the port numbers when printing the string into the info buffer. Now claims to be talking to port 139 as it should. Admin: Tested in general desktop use for several days, plus experimental versions tested in other boot ROMs. Version 2.03. Tagged as 'LanManFS-2_03'
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