I understand that there are several alternatives for using/accessing ext2/ext3 in Windows, such as those described in a HOWTO Forge article and in a another article from a year ago. However, none of the listed items provide full read-write access to a fully implemented ext3. That is, the two read-write options seem to not support the ext3 journal. (ext2fsd will replay a non-empty journal, but otherwise doesn't use it, it looks like. ext2fs.sys doesn't seem to use the journal at all.)
Is anyone aware of a driver I can install in Windows to provide full read-write access to ext3 partitions, including the journal, user rights, selinux attributes (if possible, at least preserve them) and other extended attributes?
Have any of you actually used one of these drivers? Currently, I share data between OSes on a dual-boot system via a FAT32 partition. I know that I could use NTFS, which has read-write access under Linux. However, if it is possible, I would prefer to use ext3.