On Wed, 1 Jun 2005, Michael Thompson wrote:
> I guess it could be implemented by a userspace program reading ID3
> tags and updating a database and the kernel space driver querying
> this database.
Lots of things are /possible/..
> This is a gnome-vfs module that lets you browse dapp (iTunes)
> shares which I guess could be used as a starting point.
starting point? that will work right *now* for all good GNOME apps.
> What is userfs?
Google for FUSE.
> Does this mean the browsing music thing could be done as a
> gnome-vfs but not in a way that allows access from the command line
> and the userfs might allow that to happen?
User-space filesystems are very problematic though.
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