"Any means many, many means all."
Neembuu uses a 3rd party userspace filesystem library called PismoFileMount.
The developers of PismoFileMount have worked in close collaboration
right from the beginning and have been kind enough to add some features
which Neembuu needs to work better.
PismoFileMount was originally made for windows only and then ported to Linux and mac.
The only thing stopping neeembuu from being ported to android and iphone is the problem of
getting PismoFileMount or a virtual filesystem of somekind running on these platforms.
PismoFileMount has been ported in java and the port is called JPfm. NeembuuNow uses
JPfm to do all filesystem wizardry.
NeembuuNow creates a read-only virtual filesystem.
This filesystem can be mounted as a drive (Z: for example) or as a folder (NeembuuVirtual Folder).
It then adds http links as virtual files in this virtual folder.
The application which opens the virtual file sends a read request to operating system,
the operating system forwards the request to Neembuu and then Neembuu downloads the
required data and then supplies the data back.
Only the region requested by the application is downloaded.
Neembuu Now - Offline Streaming.
Copyright by Shashank Tulsyan (Email:firstname.lastname@example.org ) and
Davide Pastore(Email: email@example.com )
This program has been developed by various authors, each one holding copyright to his work.
Majority of the application is a protected under GNU GLP v3.
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