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case insensitive on purpose file system

ciopfs (case insensitive on purpose file system) is a stackable or overlay Linux userspace file system (implemented with FUSE) which mounts a normal directory on a regular file system in a case-insensitive fashion.

Recent releases

  •  18 Jun 2011 12:07

    Release Notes: Some bugs in symlink creation were fixed. Better errno handling was implemented.

    •  25 Sep 2010 14:16

      Release Notes: Security and correctness improvements were made for multi-user write access. ASCII mode should now work flawlessly. Various fixes were made to pass the latest POSIX file system test suite.

      •  30 Jun 2008 20:05

        Release Notes: Unicode support based on glib and better error handling in out of memory situations.

        •  10 May 2008 21:33

          Release Notes: This is an initial proof of concept release. It passes all tests of the Linux POSIX file system test suite when correctly mounted over an ext3 file system.


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