Squashfs Aiming For Mainline Kernel

“‘I’m pleased to announce another release of Squashfs. This is
the 22nd release in just over five years. Squashfs 3.3 has lots of
nice improvements, both to the filesystem itself (bigger blocks and
sparse files), but also to the Squashfs-tools Mksquashfs and
Unsquashfs,’ stated Phillip Lougher about the latest release of the
compressed read-only Linux filesystem. He noted that he still
needed to fix filesystem endianness, then he was going to focus on
getting Squashfs into the mainline kernel…”