Cmdfs is a FUSE virtual filesystem that applies an arbitrary filter command to selected files in a source directory tree to create the destination files. It includes configurable caching and monitoring of the source tree to limit CPU use and prefetch data.
|Tags||FUSE shell Linux Filesystems Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: The hide-empty-dirs option was added. A test suite was added. Various bugs were fixed. Caching was changed to not use MD5 hashing (for performance). Names are as is with directories flattened. The default cache location was changed to [/usr/local]/var/log. The help and README were updated.
Release Notes: Dynamic file generation was enhanced to give a CGI-like facility. Source files may, for example, be executable scripts that generate their own target content on the fly.
Release Notes: The base-dir option was removed and is instead specified with the first argument for fstab. The code was tidied up. A bug in which the inotify event name was not null terminated was fixed. The help and README content were updated.