Bring fuse to the desktop
alexl at redhat.com
Mon Sep 10 23:52:52 PDT 2007
On Tue, 2007-09-11 at 00:46 +0200, Mildred wrote:
> i thought that it could be interesting to be able to use FUSE from the
> desktop without having to use the command line.
> I'm thinking of special desktop files that tells the filemanager how to
> mount using fuse some files depending on their mime type.
> or desktop files to tell the desktop how to handle and mount some
> network resources (identified by an URI that would match a regular
> expression in the desktop file)
> And then the desktop would mount all this in ~/.mnt for example.
> Do you think it already exists ?
> Do you think it is worthwhile to do something like that ?
I'm working on a replacement of gnome-vfs. It will in addition to the
native APIs allow access to all mounted gvfs filesystems via fuse, much
like you're asking for.
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