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Traditional file system development is difficult. Stackable file systems promise to ease the development of file systems by offering a mechanism for incremental development. Unfortunately, existing methods often require writing complex low-level kernel code that is specific to a single operating system platform and also difficult to port. We propose a new language, FiST, to describe stackable file systems. FiST uses operations common to file system interfaces. From a single description, FiST'sdoi:10.1145/346152.346263 fatcat:s3rl2ljlgvexxdn4le7dbpkksq