gvfs 1.45.92-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gvfs (1.45.92-1ubuntu1) groovy; urgency=medium

  * Merge with debian. Remaining changes:
    - Revert upstream changes to port to fuse 3. This is in universe in Ubuntu
      and we'll need to work out a plan to transition away from fuse 2
      + debian/control{,.in}
      + debian/patches/Revert-fuse-Remove-max_write-limit.patch
      + debian/patches/Revert-fuse-Adapt-gvfsd-fuse-to-use-fuse-3.x.patch

 -- Olivier Tilloy <email address hidden>  Wed, 09 Sep 2020 19:01:47 +0200

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Olivier Tilloy
Sponsored by:
Sebastien Bacher
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Original maintainer:
Debian GNOME Maintainers
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Section:
libs
Urgency:
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gvfs: userspace virtual filesystem - GIO module

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains the GIO module that lets applications use gvfs
 mounts.

gvfs-backends: userspace virtual filesystem - backends

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains the afc, afp, archive, cdda, dav, dnssd, ftp,
 gphoto2, http, mtp, network, sftp, smb and smb-browse backends.

gvfs-backends-dbgsym: debug symbols for gvfs-backends
gvfs-common: userspace virtual filesystem - common data files

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains the data files and translations used by all gvfs
 components.

gvfs-daemons: userspace virtual filesystem - servers

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains the gvfs server and the minimal set of backends.

gvfs-daemons-dbgsym: debug symbols for gvfs-daemons
gvfs-dbgsym: debug symbols for gvfs
gvfs-fuse: userspace virtual filesystem - fuse server

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains the gvfs-fuse server that exports gvfs mounts to
 all applications using FUSE.

gvfs-fuse-dbgsym: debug symbols for gvfs-fuse
gvfs-libs: userspace virtual filesystem - private libraries

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mounts run as separate
 processes which you talk to via D-Bus. It also contains a gio module
 that seamlessly adds gvfs support to all applications using the gio
 API. It also supports exposing the gvfs mounts to non-gio applications
 using fuse.
 .
 This package contains private libraries with common functions between
 the daemons and the GIO module.

gvfs-libs-dbgsym: debug symbols for gvfs-libs