A free collection of applications and utility programs
This project serves as a collection of different free software projects that I'm working on. The major ones are currently "HFSExplorer", "DMGExtractor", and "NTFS-3G for Mac OS X".
3D file manager, file system visualizer which can have many interfaces and skins, which offer visibility and comfort in navigation on your computer, your file system and will give you an opportunity to feel yourself in 21 century.
File Balm is a convenience tool to manager different file system.
File Balm is a convenience tool to manager different file system(based on Eclipse RCP). It supports mass rename, files/directories compare, advanced search/replace, directories synchronization, cross-platform, etc. Currently, this project is under developing, any idea is welcome.
The J9P development framework is designed to ease the integration of legacy or non-9P services into 9P networks. It is a pure Java implementation and will run on various hard- and software platforms.
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.
The data and compute layer of HumanAiNet
The HumanAiNet project is GPL licensed. It depends on this data layer that could be generally useful for many things and is LGPL licensed. This includes the immutable binary forest nodes and events which xorlisp is being built on, wavetree which is AVL bit strings with log time for substring, concat, and counting 1 bits in any subrange, and it includes JSelfModify as an abstraction layer on file systems, and the statsys interface (how different kinds of statistical AIs can fit together), and a fast hashtable, and various other code for data and basic computing interfaces. HumanAiNet depends on these things, but they are more generally useful. You may want to use HumanAiNet (when I get it working better) to produce output then access it through this data system, or you may want to build new systems using the same flexible kinds of data and events. I will upload this code when I get it better organized, and for now it can be found in HumanAiNet project the LGPL licensed packages.