FUSE filesystem based on moodle implementation
Moodle is WIT`s online learning platform used in schools and universities all around the world. Uploading and downloading files from Moodle can take time for lecturers and students. It first involves logging into a web interface and uploading files individually.
MoodleFUSE aims to provide a simple way to map Moodle resources to a local filesystem. MoodleFUSE syncs a Moodle filesystem to a local FUSE filesystem. It then watches the new filesystem waiting for changes or modifications. When a change is detected in the FUSE filesystem MoodleFUSE performs the same operation to the remote Moodle file.
The list of supported operations is (Assuming appropriate user rights on Moodle):
- Listing of courses
- Listing of course sections
- Addition of course sections
- Listing of course files
- Viewing of course files
- Addition of course files
- Deletion of course files
- Renaming of course files
- Modification of course files
- Listing of assignments
- Listing of assignment submissions
- Viewing of assignment submissions
- Grading of assignment submissions
User guide for MoodleFUSE can be viewed on the WIKI.
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