gvfs 1.5.4-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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gvfs (1.5.4-0ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * New upstream release:
    - gphoto2: Better support for devices that are read-only + delete
    - gdu: Various fixes and preparation for LVM
    - ftp: fix asserts
    - sftp: remember to save password if username changed (LP: #365662)
    - gio module: don't call g_file_find_enclosing_mount_async callback
      directly
    - gvfs-monitor: Track moves if available
    - Translation updates
  * debian/control.in: Bump gdu and glib build dependency, according to
    configure.ac.
  * debian/rules: Explicitly set D-Bus service dir configuration option, to
    work around regression in upstream configure.ac (now fixed in trunk).
 -- Martin Pitt <email address hidden>   Tue, 23 Feb 2010 13:00:18 +0100

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Martin Pitt on 2010-02-23
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gvfs: userspace virtual filesystem - server

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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 that provides gvfs mounts to all
 gio applications, and the minimal set of backends.

gvfs-backends: userspace virtual filesystem - backends

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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, archive, burn, cdda, dav, dnssd, ftp,
 gphoto2, http, network, obexftp, sftp, smb and smb-browse backends.

gvfs-bin: userspace virtual filesystem - binaries

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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 support binaries.

gvfs-fuse: userspace virtual filesystem - fuse server

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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.

libgvfscommon-dev: userspace virtual filesystem - development files

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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 libgvfscommon development files, needed to
 build new backends that make use of the same functions.

libgvfscommon0: userspace virtual filesystem - library

 gvfs is a userspace virtual filesystem where mount runs as a 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 libgvfscommon library that is used by the
 backends.