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From David BERNARD <dwa...@freesurf.fr>
Subject Re: [VFS][PATCH] use root of zip as directory
Date Fri, 18 Oct 2002 19:51:26 GMT
Hi,

> Adam is probably busy.

Ok, I'll wait, but my current VFS differ more each week :
- creation of the root of a ZipFileSystem as a Folder
- getParent return the parent of ParentLayer for root of layeredFileSystem
- remove of depends from commons-IO
- remove of depends from excalibur-i18n (see my previous mail :
   "[VFS] remove dependecies")
- add isWriteable() and isReadable() method on FileObject
   (=>remove isReadOnly)

>, but I have a few ideas.

Me too, provide a sshFileSystem via JSch (LGPL like Jcifs).

> What about making Ruper into a filesystem provider???
> It could just be a special layered provider that suplies the meta info using
> getAttribute

Ruper is a tool that use VFS, but the package rsrc.info could be
converted as a LayeredFS, it's a interesting suggestion.
The default MetaInfo extractor use the name of the file and apply Regexp
Then usage of this add a dependance of jakarta-regexp or jakarta-oro to
used with any JVM 1.2+

> And the search for a specific version could be implemented with some FileSelectors.

Maybe, yes, goal seem to be similar.
 
> - Brian
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "David BERNARD" <dwayne@freesurf.fr>
> To: <commons-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
> Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 2:31 PM
> Subject: [VFS][PATCH] use root of zip as directory
> 
> 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I 'm working on 2 projects using VFS (FSUI a GUI ala MidnightCommander
> > and Ruper http://krysalis.org/cgi-bin/krywiki.pl?Ruper).
> > 
> > The attached patch include :
> > - creation of the root of a ZipFileSystem as a Folder
> > - getParent return the parent of ParentLayer for root of
> > layeredFileSystem
> > 
> > Like this Root of LayeredFileSystem like Zip could be manage more like a
> > "regular" folder.
> > 
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