The latest release is 1.1.
It is available in Maven Central as com.google.jimfs:jimfs:1.1:
<dependency> <groupId>com.google.jimfs</groupId> <artifactId>jimfs</artifactId> <version>1.1</version> </dependency>
The simplest way to use Jimfs is to just get a new
FileSystem instance from the
Jimfs class and start using it:
import com.google.common.jimfs.Configuration; import com.google.common.jimfs.Jimfs; ... // For a simple file system with Unix-style paths and behavior: FileSystem fs = Jimfs.newFileSystem(Configuration.unix()); Path foo = fs.getPath("/foo"); Files.createDirectory(foo); Path hello = foo.resolve("hello.txt"); // /foo/hello.txt Files.write(hello, ImmutableList.of("hello world"), StandardCharsets.UTF_8);
Jimfs supports almost all the APIs under
java.nio.file. It supports:
SecureDirectoryStream, for operations relative to an open directory.
Jimfs also supports creating file systems that, for example, use Windows-style paths and (to an extent) behavior. In general, however, file system behavior is modeled after UNIX and may not exactly match any particular real file system or platform.
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