RFuseFS is a port of the FuseFS library aimed at allowing Ruby programmers to quickly and easily create virtual filesystems with little more than a few lines of code.
RFuseFS is api compatible with FuseFS (0.7.0)
FuseFS provides a layer of abstraction to a programmer who wants to create a virtual filesystem via FUSE.
FuseFS programs consist of two parts:
FuseFS, which is defined in 'rfusefs.rb'
An object that defines a virtual directory by implementing some subset of the
To write a FuseFS program, you must:
Define and create a Directory object that responds to the methods required by FuseFS for its desired use.
Call FuseFS.start <mountpoint> <virtualdir> where <mountpoint> is a real directory on your filesystem and <virtualdir> with an object defining your virtual directory.
See samples under /samples and also the following starter classes
To use the filesystem open up your favourite file browser/terminal and explore the contents under <mountpoint>
Happy Filesystem Hacking!
the hello world filesystem in 14 LOC
require 'rfusefs' class HelloDir def contents(path) ['hello.txt'] end def file?(path) path == '/hello.txt' end def read_file(path) "Hello, World!\n" end end hellodir = HelloDir.new FuseFS.start(ARGV.shift,hellodir)
gem install rfusefs
After checking out the source, run:
$ rake newb
This task will install any missing dependencies, run the tests/specs, and generate the RDoc.
(The MIT License)
Copyright © 2005 Greg Millam. (FuseFS)
Copyright © 2009 Kyle Maxwell. (FuseFS)
Copyright © 2011 Grant Gardner. (RFuseFS)
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