Once you wrote a module implementing a filesystem, say Foo::Bar, you can mount it with a command like this:
lufsmount -c 1 perlfs://Foo.Bar /mnt/foobar
Lufs normally uses an URL scheme to encode the filesystem that is to be mounted, but perlfs employs what normally would be the hostname to encode the module that is to be used. In this scheme the dot '.' is used as the namespace separator instead of '::'.