Manage tables like a filesystem
The module DBIx::FileSystem offers you a filesystem like view to database
tables. To interact with the database tables, FileSystem implements:
An access class to read the data edited by the shell.
A user interface as a command line shell which offers not only a subset of
well known shell commands to navigate, view and manipulate data in tables,
but also gives the convenience of history, command line editing and tab
completion. FileSystem sees the database as a filesystem: each table is a
different directory with the tablename as the directory name and each row
in a table is a file within that directory.
The motivation for FileSystem was the need for a terminal based
configuration interface to manipulate database entries which are used as
configuration data by a server process. FileSystem is neither complete nor
a replacement for dbish or other full-feature SQL shells or editors. Think
of FileSystem as a replacement for a Web/CGI based graphical user interface
for manipulating database contents.
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