- From: Robin Clarke <robin robinclarke net>
- To: Matias Aguirre <matiasaguirre gmail com>
- Cc: F-Spot <f-spot-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: FSpotFS
- Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2010 10:44:53 +0200
I tried it out - pretty neat! Great work!
I had to make a small change on lines 29 and 353 to allow database
Sorry - I don't have the python/fuse skills yet to DIY. If you give me
access on github I can commit those two lines I changed above though. :)
- When I make changes in the database (add new tags, change tag
names), these aren't rendered in the mounted folder, but old tags which
no longer exist still render a file list. Could it be that the
database is being loaded once on initialisation, cached and not queried
- AFAIK FUSE filesystems, should be mounted as the user so that the
user (and only the user) sees it when she runs "mount". As-is, it is
mounted as root, and as a result my user cannot unmount/remount the
fs. I guess if I can unmount/remount as my user, then the advantage of
caching the tags above would outweigh realtime querying.
- If you make changes to a photo (crop, Gimp etc.), another version
is created. The default_version is defined in the photos table, but it
seems your script takes the filename direct from the photos table, and
not the photo_versions table. Possible to change?
On 31/05/10 23:59, Matias Aguirre wrote:
A new subscriber here but one that uses F-Stop for about an year now,
congrats for the hard work.
Wanted to add my little grain of sand to the project, I've developed a
python based FUSE filesystem to F-Spot. This is a project developed a long
time ago but recently updated and uploaded to github. It lacks write
access at the moment, but would be implemented in a near future, maybe :)
Grab a copy from http://github.com/omab/fspotfs and play a bit with it,
feedback is well welcome.
Hope you enjoy it,
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