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csvfs-1.2.1: new stable version released

Posted 06-01-2012 at 04:20 PM by hydraMax

I just released a new stable version of csvfs, a fuse-based file system that mounts data from a CSV file.

csvfs project page

Debian packages are available, and Fedora packages are rolling off the line as I type.

The new version does not yet implement all intended file system operations, but it gets closer. The previous stable version provided a read-only file system, while the current stable version allows editing of individual data fields.

It is not yet possible to create new records through the file system interface, but this functionality will be provided in the next major stable release. (1.4)
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