|fss||2011-07-07||Johannes Buchner||[0c5cff] added sf logo|
|fss-tests-base||2011-07-07||Johannes Buchner||[0c5cff] added sf logo|
|.build.sh||2009-02-22||johannes||[470d71] rebuild less often|
|.gitignore||2009-07-26||Dominik Dorn||[6825ea] Merge commit 'ea103b8724324f7108034b2053c22dccf...|
|gpl-3.0.txt||2009-06-27||Johannes Buchner||[a1c74f] updated license|
|license||2009-07-26||Dominik Dorn||[6825ea] Merge commit 'ea103b8724324f7108034b2053c22dccf...|
|readme||2009-11-15||Johannes Buchner||[500df3] added info/doc on what it is about|
====================== File-System-Service ====================== A computer-independent view and addressing scheme of a common folder. Allows several computers to talk about the same folder structure (based on a root folder called "project folder"). This means translation of path seperators etc. is handled. Further features: * Watch for file changes (currently based on polling) * Hashing files (SHA-512) Why not just use java File? ----------------------------- The FSS is based on File, but a File object is not exchangable between computers.