BTS is a Build Template System designed for building packages for th common packing systems in use by current distributions based on a single XML package description. We are finally restarting development after a long break due to NeOS work.
The Extensible Versioning File System, designed for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, introduces native versioning file system functionality to your operating system.
FileSystem is an OPENSOURCE program for advanced disk management with built-in drivers for PATA IDE Hard Disks and DVD/CDROM Drives, USB Mass Storage Drivers. Implemented file systems : FAT32 / ISO9660 / EXT2. It can be compiled for DOS, LINUX, WIN32
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
Over 600 classes for Web, RFC & File Management
Develop cross-platform tools faster using a C++ Framework proven in commercial software. Classes support logging, sockets, RFC servers (NNTP, SMTP, POP, HTTP), object indexing, ini, tagged databases, file systems, and more. The STDNOJ Namespace, by R.A. Nagy
Yed is a C software library made of modules (objects) instanceable according to the main paradigms of OOP: incapsulation and data hiding. The library contains objects that handle XML files and buffers, FTP connections, file system operations etc.
p2kfs allows the mounting of P2K compatible devices (mostly Motorola mobile phones, including the Razr V3) onto the unix filesystem using the FUSE (filesystems in user space) API.
andfs is meant to be a filesystem layer for data dedupe and compress
andfs is meant to be a BSD licensed "filesystem layer" that can be backed by any other filesystem. It is meant to incorporate very easy to use, robust, extremely fast and flexible filesystem block level deduplication and compression. andfs is meant to be compatible with Linux and NetBSD.
shac is a utility to investigate UNIX/POSIX filesystem permissions. it reports whether or not certain permissions are available to a user on a file and why (or why not).