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google/embiggen-disk: embiggden-disk live-resizes a filesystem after first live-resizing any necessary layers below it: an optional LVM LV and PV, and an MBR or GPT partition table
embiggden-disk live-resizes a filesystem after first live-resizing any necessary layers below it: an optional LVM LV and PV, and an MBR or GPT partition table - google/embiggen-disk
golang  filesystem 
3 days ago by geetarista
Tags and copies - All this
In yesterday’s post, I talked about how I’ve been using file tags to organize my work photographs according to both date and subject. This works pretty well, but sometimes a set of Smart Folders that collects photos according to their tags isn’t the right solution. In those cases, I have a couple of scripts that allow me to replicate my set of Smart Folders into a set of real folders with copies of the photos organized by subject.
MacOS  photos  tags  tagging  filesystem  python 
5 days ago by euler
A little tagging automation - All this
The key to understanding mktagdirs is recognizing that Smart Folders aren’t folders at all; they’re just plist files with a .savedSearch extension. It’s the contents of the plist file that determines which files appear when you open a Smart Folder in the Finder.
MacOS  photos  tags  tagging  filesystem  python 
5 days ago by euler
Overview · libyal/libyal Wiki
[libraries to access various file formats, possibly from hard drive images]
sameAs: https://github.com/libyal
forensics  formats  filesystem  windows 
6 days ago by slowbyte
KonstantinSchubert/zero: Local file system transparently swapping to the cloud
Fuse filesystem backed by backblaze cloud storage and transparent local persistent hard-drive cache.

Ideally, it feels like an infinite local file system because it keeps those files local that are used while moving those files to the remote storage that haven't been accessed in a long time.
backblaze  cloud  filesystem 
7 days ago by segfault
A little tagging automation
Nice tutorial for using macOS file system tags and smart folders.
macos  filesystem  productivity  tutorial  tags  python  AppleScript 
7 days ago by jefframnani
Usbac/Namely
Massive file renamer utility

Features
Easy to use and Modern interface.
Preview the changes before applying them.
Multiple options for modifying your file's name (Invert the text, change order based in a separator, change the extension, switch between lowercases/uppercases and replace text).
Ability to filter which files will be modified, based in a Regular Expression.
Massive changes under the indicated directory or folder.
Option to modify files in the directory's subfolders.
Cross-platform with support for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
And more...
app  setup  tools  files  filesystem  scripting  automation 
7 days ago by michaelfox

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