Birch is a metadata search file system, that presents Spotlight metadata queries as directories, and files within directories are matches to those searches.
Extends macOS via third party file systems
FUSE for macOS allows you to extend macOS's native file handling capabilities via third-party file systems. FUSE for macOS is a successor to MacFUSE, which has been used as a software building block by dozens of products, but is no longer being maintained.
Converts disks between case sensitive and case insensitive HFS without re formatting. Supports GPT and Apple Partition Schemes. Currently does not work for boot volume and only changes first HFS+ Partition found on drive.
An implementation of the Ext2 (Linux) filesystem for Mac OS X.
This project is an attempt to create a wrapper between filesystem code for one operating system and compile it for another. For example, a Linux filesystem driver could work natively in Windows if the project goes as planned.
Ever wanted to be able to open a document in an X11 application by simply double-clicking it from the Finder? By default XLaunch-O-Matic is able to open documents with gv (.ps files) gimp (.xpm files) texmacs (.tex files) and more
iSequoi is a tool to watch the usage of your HDD with the concept of Treemaps. You can see big files by size, no matter where in the directory tree they are.
insaneFS is a fully decentralized peer-to-peer filesystem based on top of FUSE. It provides POSIX file semantics, including mutable files and directories. It does all this while providing a unified global hierarchy.
The goal of llama-X is to be a cutting-edge desktop operating system for the x86 architecture. A new object-oriented filesystem, and a fresh new desktop paradigm, and an innovative multikernel subsystem are main features of the system.