Callback File System - FUSE for Windows
If you are looking to port your Linux or MacOS software solution, that uses FUSE or MacFUSE, to Windows, then Callback File System is right for you.
What is offered
Callback File System (CBFS®) is a software component (library) for presenting various data as files and directories of a local virtual disk. Regardless of where the actual data are kept: in files, in database records, memory, or elsewhere - they will be treated as if they were parts of a single file system.
Callback File System consists of the system-level driver and user-mode API. You write only user-mode code, leaving all kernel hassles for CBFS to solve.
Compatibility with FUSE
Architecture of Windows file systems is very much different from Unix and Linux approach. Main APIs of Callback File Systems include C++, .NET, Java and Delphi, and those APIs are not one-to-one compatible with FUSE. So we additionally offer FUSE compatibility layer in C. While this API has a limited set of features comparing to "native" APIs of CBFS, FUSE API lets you port your FUSE code quite easily.
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History of Changes -
Released on 21 September 2016.
History of changes.
Callback File System® -
Version 6.1.184. Released on 21 September 2016.
Callback File System® for Windows 10, Windows 2012 Server R2, Windows 8.1, Windows 2012 Server, Windows 8, Windows 2008 Server R2, Windows 7, 2008 Server, Windows Vista, Windows XP.
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This is a zipped installer for the developers component and documentation files
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