Virtual File Systems
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Apache Commons VFS is a Virtual File System library.
Last Release on Oct 2, 2017
TrueZIP is a Java based Virtual File System (VFS) to enable transparent, multi-threaded read/write access to archive files (ZIP, TAR etc.) as if they were directories. Archive files may be arbitrarily nested and the nesting level is only limited by heap and file system size.
Last Release on May 8, 2011
VFS is a virtual file system wich features mounting of other filesystems inside. This could be anything which is iterable in a tree-like structure.
Last Release on Apr 6, 2014
loopy is a library for working with file-based file systems, i.e. file systems contained within a single file. The ISO9660 file system is a well-known example. loopy is being developed for use by Apache Jakarta Commons VFS.
Last Release on May 20, 2010
TrueVFS is a virtual file system (VFS) for Java 7 which enables client applications to perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations on archive files as if they were virtual directories, even with nested archive files in multithreaded environments. As a library, TrueVFS provides simple, uniform, transparent, thread-safe, read/write access to archive files as if they were virtual directories in a file system path. As a framework, TrueVFS provides the API to write file system drivers which plug-in ...
Last Release on Aug 7, 2016
Virtual File System for Kotlin Coroutines
Last Release on Dec 26, 2016