MetaFS is an enhanced filesystem layer for Linux. It provides additional
information about files (such as MP3 tags) to the user through standard
filesystem interfaces (such as extended attributes). It also provides more
flexible file management, by building search and other such services into the
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MetaFS depends on the following software projects:
- Linux (*BSD, Darwin, etc will not be supported)
- FUSE version 2.4 or later
- Boost C++ Libraries
- BerkeleyDB version 4.2.x
- POSIX threads
- libmagic, from the "file" package (for the MIME type plugin)
MetaFS' principal developer is Josh
Berry. He can be reached by sending mail to
<condordes AT users DOT sourceforge DOT net>.