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Encyclopedia > Joliet

There are several things named Joliet:

  • Louis Joliet, a 17th century explorer of North America.
  • Joliet, Illinois, United States, a city named for Louis Joliet.
  • Joliet, Montana, United States
  • Joliet is an ISO 9660 extension made by Microsoft. Relaxing some constraints, for example long file names are allowed. See:
    • Joliet Volume Access - a driver for Macintosh computers (http://www.tempel.org/joliet/).
    • Specification (http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/people/chaffee/jolspec.html).

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Joliet Specification (3055 words)
Joliet receiving systems shall be capable of receiving media recorded with restrictions which have been relaxed relative to ISO 9660.
Joliet receiving systems shall receive directory hierarchies recorded with file identifiers longer than those allowed by ISO 9660 receiving systems.
The Joliet directory identifier format shall be calculated according to ISO 9660 section 7.5.1 "File Identifier format", with the exception that the length of a directory identifier may exceed 31, but shall not exceed 128.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Louis Joliet (677 words)
Louis Joliet, a discoverer and the son of a wagon-maker, was born at
Joliet descended the river to 30° 40', christening rivers, plateaus, and elevations with Indian and
Map drawn by Joliet in the Fox River valley on the eve of the Mississippi expedition in SHEA, Discovery and Explorations of the Mississippi Valley (New York, 1852).
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