Not at all, I am very much in favour of new developments and better things , but I try to avoid accusing other people (which try to help, or develop in any field) of being unresponsive.
I find that anyone providing (for free) their time to something and sharing the results should be thanked for whatever they do provide (even if it is not exactly what you want, need or think you need) and whining about them not following your agenda (i.e. fulfilling your desires/wishes/needs) to be a form of lack of gratitude towards them.
But this topic (I may be wrong about it, of course) is/was about you having a problem with mapping a largish .gz compressed image to mem in grub4dos.
This is a technical problem that you decided to tackle by modifying grub4dos (actually have someone fix it ) and/or adding to it new features (again having someone else adding those features), and since noone is probably going ("at all" or "in a timely fashion") to fulfill your desires, whine a bit about it.
What I tried (vainly) to tell you is that the people that may do that are developers that use their own free time in the development and that may or may not solve that issue and/or add those new features and/or manage to do so in a timely fashion or not before several days/weeks/months/years.
So, pragmatically, I attempted (vainly) to provide you with a workaround, BTW perfectly tested and working since years, of dividing the largish image into two images, a smaller, smallish one to be actually mapped to mem through grub4dos and a second one to be later mounted in the SAME FILESYSTEM as the first one (through a mountpoint) by the booted OS.
Such a solution:
- is working since years (thus it is immediately available)
- fulfills (seemingly) your actual requirements (have an 8 Gb or larger image "volatile" in memory)
- should be additionally faster in boot time
Just like the recent "delay in boot time" thread here:
you are extremely reluctant to follow advice (after having asked for it) let alone thank someone for the time spent in attempting to provide it.
The reference to raping my wife (or any other living being for that matters) is not fun, really not fun, but of course your bad taste being third-rate or worst is in the eye of the beholder.
The good news are of course that if you were looking for a way to have me never reply again to your threads, you found it.