I wanted to find a simple way to create FUSE
filesystems in Python3. I found that support in
Python2 was good and there is a good example, as in this
but it appears that direct bindings in Python3
now exist in the form of a different library,
pyfuse (see option 2), but the most popular
way these days is to build a
extension and then mount it with
don’t like this. I’m not overly fond of thinking in python and would prefer direct bindings, so I would choose to use
pyfuse or, python2 or Clojure
pyfilesystem2 does NOT create a virtual
filesystem on its own.
fusefs to mount a
url is the
pyFilesystem2 resource to be
mounted, and may contain placeholders for such
values as username, host, password, etc.
- This is how to extend
First, install the
Run the nosetests.
I also looked into Python2 and Go
Python 2 is obsolete, so no.
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