Bring fuse to the desktop
aruiz at gnome.org
Tue Sep 11 15:47:54 PDT 2007
2007/9/11, Mildred <ml.mildred593 at online.fr>:
> And the idea behind that is that if I want to install some new fuse
> filesystem, I just have to install desktop files in correct location to
> add support for it in my favourite desktop environment.
> Is the explanation better ?
So you basically want a monolithic file that is capable to say "hey, I need
FUSE module X to be mounted", am I right?
That's a matter of create mime types for each FUSE module available and
associate that mime with the preferred command line tool for mounting and
exposing on the file browser. Is that what you mean?
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