You just need to read the first post of this thread.
Which is what I did... and once more I read it just to be sure I wasn't misreading it. After reading your reply.
So I therefore take it that it is as I have understood it. That somewhat of a burst mode is available which can be used for a couple of seconds. If, that's the case, then a simple "yes" would have sufficed...
But maybe a framerate override and a further tinker is needed before continuous recording is unlocked
Why did I ask? Well, the first post, which I was referred back to didn't really state this clearly. I came to this conclusion by reading a lot between the lines and implementing quite a bit of other results of research from the myriad of posts growing every minute. I asked it in this thread since it's supposed to be the one about 7D RAW recording development. But the first post says that RAWrecording is not yet available but in the very next couple of posts I see test-videos of the very same feature. It did't match up so I wanted get it clear. That was all.
Now, back on topic... I'll probably wait a while to see the major kinks beaten out of the codes, and a consice set of instructions for what I have to do, what modules are needed and how they are to be installed are posted on the main magic lantern webpage. Because without that I wouldn't dare risking bricking my 7D because I patched the firmware the wrong way so that the module was incorrectly parsed. Slim risk, I know, but reading the posts which ends with declarations of uncertainty if the writer remembered the procedure correctly makes me wary. Especially when parts of the procedure is scattered on the forum.
By the way. If the same photosites are used when RAW-bursting as when recording h264 as usual, then I'm pretty sure that the VAF-7D will do just as well. Since the VAF doesn't know what you are recording with. Though, when recording in 1:1 crop the VAF will probably only do harm since the gap between photosites are just about eliminated and the anti aliasing filter that's already on the sensor is already built to tackle those conditions. So using the VAF during crop will probably just kill detail that the sensor would handle just fine on its own.
Or why not just drop the guys at Mosaic Engineering a mail asking about it. They seem like friendly folk when I asked them about mitigating the close focus alterations that the VAF induces. And I'm sure they will be able to make much more educated guesses than most of us as to what this RAW-hack might entail combined with their product.