The Python-LLFUSE Module
Warning - no longer maintained
Python-LLFUSE is no longer actively maintained. Unless you are stuck with Python 2.x or libfuse 2.x, we recommended to use the pyfuse3 module instead.
Python-LLFUSE is a set of Python bindings for the low level FUSE API. It requires at least FUSE 2.8.0 and supports both Python 2.x and 3.x. Like FUSE itself, Python-LLFUSE is developed for Linux systems. However, we try to maintain compatibility with OS-X, FreeBSD and NetBSD as well (but due to lack of pre-release testers we can't guarantee that every Python-LLFUSE release will run on these platforms - please report any bugs and we will try to fix them).
The Python-LLFUSE API is not yet stable and may change from one release to the other. Starting with version 0.42, Python-LLFUSE uses semantic versioning. This means changes in the API will be reflected in an increase of the major version number, i.e. the next backwards-incompatible version will be 1.0. Projects designed for e.g. version 0.42.1 of Python-LLFUSE are thus recommended to declare a dependency on llfuse >= 0.42.1, < 1.0.
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