From Objective Development:
Sharity connects your Mac OS X or Unix machine to Windows and other CIFS file servers. Sharity mounts these servers in your filesystem. Mounting means that you can open files directly from the server with any application you like, as if they were on a local disk.
Sharity is a CIFS client only. If you want a server, too, please also install Samba. We recommend the Open Source SSP package with a GUI for configuration which is available from http://xamba.sourceforge.net/ssp/index.shtml.
What's new in this version:
- Fixed possible crash when connecting to the server failed.
- Fixed file truncation to cope with large files greater than 4GB.
- Fixed very rare crash during mounting of shares.
- Added experimental option to fake Unix hard links by copying the file.
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