Building notes, projects, and occasional rants

MacFUSE.framework and the first strange FS

Yesterday, Amit Singh announced a new version of MacFUSE at the Google Mac blog.

The major new feature is the MacFUSE.framework, and today, I already found a strange filesystem built with it: the Objective-C runtime FS.

Objective-C has a very cool runtime, that allows you to dynamically discover available classes, methods and other information. So now you can cd NSString if thats your kind of thing.

I wonder how long is going to take to implement execution of specific methods directly from the shell...