Camlistore - Personal Storage System

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Camlistore is a way of storing, syncing, sharing, modeling and backing up content. It is your personal storage system for life. It can store and be accessed like a traditional filesystem, but it specializes in representing higher-level objects which don't need to exist in purely one place in a tree. Save stuff easily without categorizing it or choosing a location. It is represented using content-addressable blob.



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