Version 1.5.8 of libferris

Release Notes: This release adds initial support for mounting pulseaudio and write support for the gstreamer filesystem.

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    •  29 Jul 2013 20:48

      Release Notes: This release adds initial support for mounting Google Drive with support for listing, uploading, downloading, and altering metadata, and viewing how files are shared and adding new users to those shares.

      •  22 Jul 2013 19:30

        Release Notes: Mounting vimeo now uses oauth, streaming upload works again, and the user can now list "My Videos", update titles, and delete videos.

        •  01 Jun 2012 01:19

          Release Notes: This release adds a new YUI Web interface to the REST API, including annotations, searches, and tagging interfaces.

          •  16 Apr 2012 02:15

            Release Notes: Mounting Zoneminder. A new REST interface allowing search, fetch by docid, list, read, write, and tagging. The ability to mount the new REST interface as a filesystem. Updates to the PostgreSQL metadata index module. A new "as-json" extended attribute; ferrisls can now output in JSON. A new docid: a virtual filesystem to allow access to files by their indexed number. The clucene eaindex module now includes indexed prefilter on simple regular expressions. Updates for paths of SQLite files and transaction use in the QtSql eaindex module. Updates for building on Gentoo compliments to APTX.

            •  05 Mar 2012 22:30

              Release Notes: A new metadata and fulltext index module using QtSql targeting SQLite by default. Updates to the boostmmap and clucene indexing modules. Updates to statusnet mounting. Udpates for building without GTK2 for modern headless ARM devices. A new --total-files-to-index-per-run option to feaindexadd and findexadd,

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