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NAME ^

taglayer - mounting script for Fuse::TagLayer

SYNOPSIS ^

  taglayer [options] <realdir> [<mountpoint>]

EXAMPLES ^

  taglayer /some/real/directory/with/tagged/files
  taglayer --no-tags-from-path --debug --debug /real/dir /real/dir/+tags

OPTIONS ^

--realdir, -r

Real directory hierarchy with all the files you want to mount as the TagLayer tag file-system. Required.

You can choose if you want to supply this as an option switch or as the first argument.

--mountpoint, -m

Location where to mount the TagLayer file-system. Defaults to <realdir>/+tags.

You can choose if you want to supply this as an option switch or as the second argument.

--no-tags-from-path

Ignore tags that could be parsed out from the real directory path of files.

Note that if you restrict TagLayer to parse out tags only from path (by adding --no-tags-from-xattr and not having --more-tags), files residing in the root will be left out as they are regarded as being "not tagged (by a dir)".

--no-tags-from-xattr

Ignore tags coming from the "user.tags" extended attribute.

--more-tags

Take filenames (basenames) into account to gather more tags. Do so by splitting on spaces, underscores etc. and in addition, offer files' suffixes (commonly called "file-extensions") as the special tag "zsuffix<extension>".

--debug, -D

Switch on debugging output. Incremental. You can repeat this option up to two times. 1x means debug output from Fuse::TagLayer, 2x adds the debug messages from Fuse.

--help, -h

Output this help text.

Please note that this script currently blocks (will remain in the foreground) until the mount is unmounted with sudo umount mountpoint.

SEE ALSO ^

More information about what this mounting script does can be found in the documentation of the backend module Fuse::TagLayer.

AUTHOR ^

Clipland GmbH http://www.clipland.com/

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

Copyright 2012-2013 Clipland GmbH. All rights reserved.

This library is free software, dual-licensed under GPLv3/AL2. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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