N-way Folder Diff is a simple, platform independent tool to compare multiple folders. It differs from usual diff tools because it is possible to do n-way (upto 10 way) diff as compared to the usual 2-way diff.
Next generation file system: Support great capability and big file, support distributed storage and network storage, support encrypt storage, easy to port to any OS. At the core of this file system is the support of Universal File System Interface(UFSI)
Small registry system for all kind of softwares(including embedded softwares) to save their properties. Software can save their property even on network server so users can have same environment wherever they are using the software.
TrueVFS is a Java based virtual file system implementation to enable transparent read/write access to archive files (ZIP, TAR, etc) as if they were directories. TrueVFS is the successor to TrueZIP and was formerly known as TrueZIP 7.
TrueZIP is a Java based virtual file system (VFS) which enables client applications to perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations on archive files as if they were virtual directories, even with nested archive files in multithreaded environments.
This is a tiny JMX agent for ZFS. It relies on the presence of the commands "zpool" and "zfs". It defines two MBean types, one for pools and another for datasets. This agent can provide ZFS-specific monitoring for management tools that support JM
'finddouble' application searches into a directory and all its sub directories. If it finds several times the same file, a warning message is displayed, but no other action is taken. It's main use is to help you optimize you disk usage.
nInfo System Information Libraries
nInfo is a collection of libraries that provide cross platform information about various system components, such as hardware, filesystems, ...
A command line tool which moves files and directories by regular expressions