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Ruby fusefs for OS X
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OS X Gotcha ============ If you're using fusefs with MacFuse on Snow Leopard (and possibly in other circumstances), and you get the error: /usr/local/include/fuse/fuse_compat.h:69:24: error: sys/statfs.h: No such file or directory Just comment that line out of fuse_compat.h. FuseFS README ============ FuseFS is a library aimed at allowing Ruby programmers to quickly and easily create virtual filesystems with little more than a few lines of code. A "hello world" file system equivalent to the one demonstrated on fuse.sourceforge.org is just 20 lines of code! FuseFS is *NOT* a full implementation of the FUSE api. rfuse is designed for that. Requirements ------------ * FUSE (http://fuse.sourceforge.org) * Ruby 1.8 (* C compiler) Install ------- gem install fizx-fusefs Usage ----- Some sample ruby filesystems are listed in "sample/" When you run a fusefs script, it will listen on a socket indefinitely, so either background the script or open another terminal to mosey around in the filesystem. Also, check the API.txt file for more use. License ------- MIT license, in file "LICENSE" Author: Greg Millam <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Port/Maintainer: Kyle Maxwell <email@example.com>