On Fri, Jan 08, 2010 at 10:03:21PM +1300, martin f krafft wrote:
> also sprach Mike Hommey <mh+notm...@glandium.org> [2010.01.08.2106 +1300]:
> > I'm in \o_ (though I won't be in Wellington). I've been thinking
> > about a fuse filesystem on top of notmuch for a while.
> Grand news to see you interested! A FUSE filesystem is <25 functions
> to implement, and each function is basically an entity of its own
> and thus highly parallisable. Once we agreed on a general mapping
> between filesystem i/o and notmuch interaction, 25 of us can write
> a function each and be done. How's that for collaboration? ;)

FYI, I have a good experience writing fuse filesystems, both with
high-level and low-level APIs. I'd avise to use the low-level API, which
allows for better performance.

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