It was a little over two years ago that I gave serious thought to making user-space file systems a reality on Mac OS X. The result of that work, MacFUSE, was introduced at the Macworld conference in January 2007. Since then, MacFUSE has come a long way. It’s been used in projects big and small [...]
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Next Monday (December 8, 2008), there will be an open-to-all talk on MacFUSE at Google’s Mountain View headquarters. Here is a more detailed announcement.
MacFUSE has a new install/update mechanism that greatly simplifies and improves things both for end users and developers who use MacFUSE in their software. The relevant wiki page has all the details. Note that instead of Tiger- and Leopard-specific downloads, now there’s a single downloadable disk image containing a single installable package. The package, which [...]
Version 1.5 of MacFUSE is out. The CHANGELOG has details of what’s new.
Quoting my Google Mac Blog post in its entirety: A new version of MacFUSE is now available. As always, you can download a ready-to-install prebuilt package, or browse the ready-to-build source. Besides bug fixes and other minor improvements, there is a major new developer feature in this release: an Objective-C framework is now part of [...]
A new release of MacFUSE is here. There is a new version for Leopard, a new version for Tiger, and a new version of sshfs.app that runs on both Tiger and Leopard. Downloads: http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/downloads/list Documentation: http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/w/list
We did a MacFUSE talk at Google last week: Video on YouTube
People are welcome to join us at Google on Thursday, May 24, for an open-to-public talk on all things MacFUSE. I’m told that “Doors open at 6:30PM at Google’s Mountain View campus. Guests should plan to sign in at Building 41 reception upon arrival. Refreshments will be served…” Here’s an abstract: File systems provide one [...]
I just realized that my “posting” of the link to this nice tech video never got posted (network glitches are common in my current location). The prolific Mike Pinkerton, who is the tech lead of the Google Desktop for the Mac project, made this video demonstrating some neat features of the product.
MacFUSE 0.2.5 and SSHFS for MacFUSE 0.2.0 bring several important and useful updates to the user. Changelog for MacFUSE Changelog for SSHFS