About gvfs

GVfs is a userspace virtual filesystem designed to work with the I/O
abstraction of GIO (a library availible in GLib >= 2.15.1). It
installs several modules that are automatically used by applications
using the APIs of libgio. There is also FUSE support that allows
applications not using GIO to access the GVfs filesystems.

The GVfs model differs from e.g. GnomeVFS in that filesystems must be
mounted before they are used. There is a master daemon (gvfsd) that
handles coordinating mounts, and then each mount is (typically) in its
own daemon process (although mounts can share daemon process).

GVfs comes with a set of backends, including trash support, SFTP, SMB,
HTTP, DAV, and others.

GVfs also contains modules for GIO that implement volume monitors and
the GNOME URI scheme handler configuration.

There is a set of command line programs starting with "gvfs-" that
lets you run commands (like cat, ls, stat, etc) on files in the GVfs


* Revert udisks2 patches causing unwanted regressions

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