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  1. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    No I did not. That might work let me try.

    This may sound vague but what is considered and object? pretty much everything right? or are thing like char not objects?

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    Yep that...
  2. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    Not really...

    The issue I am having is trying to figure out the best way to create the tree. Originally I was going to use the HashMap class for the root tree use the generics <String, ?> which...
  3. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    Ok... this question has veered off of my original point of asking it.

    The problem is I don't really have any methods to use as examples because as my plan goes I need a structure to hold my data...
  4. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    Yes a file would contain a value. Lets say the file is called "port" and it lives in "/server01/ssh/port". To change it would require using a command like "set port 22" which would change value of...
  5. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    The initial methods would be simple. For example I have a method that adds a new server to the root of my configuration the method is called from the configFS.addServer(). There is also an opposite...
  6. Re: Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    The interface to the filesystem would be shell prompt created by a readline (specifically JLine2 for now) library.

    As far as Sequential or Random writes, I am not sure if this applies. I am not...
  7. Emulating a filesystem in Java for configuration managment?

    Hi there,

    I am looking for a way to emulate a filesystem in Java to manage my configuration. The program has a readline library that I am using to provide a primitive shell for interaction.
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