SSHFS For Windows

This japanese guy apparently wrote something similar to linux’s FUSE for Windows (supporting user-mode filesystem drivers) and created a number of bindings for it. As a practical example, he’s implemented SSHFS in windows, which is awesome IMHO and exactly what I’ve been looking for.

However, this means someone can now write a filesystem driver in Visual Basic. How awesomely crazy is that?

Go to his site to download SSHFS for Windows.

One Response to “SSHFS For Windows”

  1. nitro2k01 says:

    This is relevant to my interests too. I’ve tried sftpdrive, but unfortunately I’m one of does who get a large amount of explorer.exe crashes. It’s a known issue, but the people behind sftpdrive don’t know how to fix it. Hope this thing is more stable.

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