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New project: csvfs

Posted 05-17-2012 at 03:27 PM by hydraMax

I started a new project recently called csvfs. It is FUSE-based file system which can represent the data from a CSV file in a hierarchy of directories and files. This allows you to use standard unix text and file processing tools without going to the trouble of processing the CSV format yourself. It uses libcsv for parsing, so it should be very liberal about the exacting formatting of the CSV file.

Functionality is rudimentary, and the file system is currently read only. But alpha source code is available here:

https://frigidcode.com/code/csvfs/

I've only built it on my amd64 Gnu/Linux box, so hopefully it builds for you 32-bit folks!
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