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Name: libfuse3-3 Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 3.10.5 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150400.1.7 Build date: Sun May 8 01:04:01 2022
Group: System/Filesystems Build host: ibs-arm-4
Size: 266240 Source RPM: fuse3-3.10.5-150400.1.7.src.rpm
Summary: Library of FUSE, the User space File System for GNU/Linux and BSD
FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) is an interface by the Linux kernel
for userspace programs to export a filesystem to the kernel.

A FUSE file system is typically implemented as a standalone
application that links with libfuse. libfuse provides a C API over
the raw kernel interface.




BSD-2-Clause and GPL-2.0-only and LGPL-2.1-only


* Thu Sep 30 2021
  - Update fuse3 to the version >= 3.9.1 (jsc#SLE-21826)
* Mon Sep 06 2021
  - Update to release 3.10.5
    * Various improvements to make unit tests more robust.
* Wed Jun 09 2021
  - Update to release 3.10.4
    * Source code: fixed memory leaks in examples.
* Mon Apr 12 2021
  - Update to release 3.10.3
    * Fix returning d_ino and d_type from readdir(3) in non-plus mode
* Fri Feb 05 2021
  - Update to release 3.10.2
    * Allow "nonempty" as a mount option, for backwards
      compatibility with fusermount 2. The option has no effect
      since mounting over non-empty directories is allowed by default.
    * FUSE filesystems can now be mounted underneath EXFAT
* Fri Jan 15 2021
  - prepare usrmerge (boo#1029961)
* Mon Dec 07 2020
  - Update to release 3.10.1
    * Unspecified "various minor fixes"
* Fri Nov 20 2020
  - Drop /sbin links; they do not seem to be used from anywhere.
  - Package "permission" is required in %post, not %pre.
  - Update descriptions.
* Fri Oct 09 2020
  - Update to release 3.10.0
    * Add FUSE_CAP_CACHE_SYMLINKS: allow caching symlinks in kernel
      page cache.
* Sun Aug 09 2020
  - Update to version 3.9.3
    * Minor bugfixes, documentation updates
* Thu Jun 11 2020
  - Update to version 3.9.2
    * Remove obsolete workarounds in examples.
    * Do not require C++ compiler for building.
    * Minor bugfixes.
  - Drop BR on c++_compiler
* Fri Mar 20 2020
  - Update to version 3.9.1
    * Fixed memory leak in fuse_session_new().
    * Fixed an issue with the linker version script.
    * Make ioctl prototype conditional on FUSE_USE_VERSION.
      Define FUSE_USE_VERSION < 35 to get old ioctl prototype with
      int commands; define FUSE_USE_VERSION >= 35 to get new ioctl
      prototype with unsigned int commands.
    * Various small bugfixes.
* Sat Dec 14 2019
  - Update to version 3.9.0
    * Added support for FUSE_EXPLICIT_INVAL_DATA to enable onl
      invalidate cached pages on explicit request.
* Sun Nov 03 2019
  - Update to version 3.8.0
    * Added support for FUSE_LSEEK operation which can be used to
      report holes in sparse files.
* Tue Jul 09 2019
  - Update to version 3.6.2
    * The init script is now installed to /etc/ rather than
      /usr/local/etc by default.
    * Minor bugfixes
  - Drop fuse-install-fix.patch, not needed with -Duseroot=false
  - Add conf-rename.patch, which is split from the above now
    removed patch
* Thu Jun 20 2019
  - Disable LTO due to symbol versioning (boo#1138803).
* Thu Jun 13 2019
  - Update to version 3.6.1 (bsc#1137860)
    * Fixed version number (release 3.6.0 was shipped with a declared
      version of 3.0.0).
* Thu Jun 13 2019
  - Update to version 3.6.0
    * Added a new example (passthrough_hp). The functionality is
      similar to passthrough_ll, but the implementation focuses
      on performance and correctness rather than simplicity.
    * Added support for fuse kernel feature max_pages which allows
      to increase the maximum number of pages that can be used per
      request. This feature was introduced in kernel 4.20.
      max_pages is set based on the value in max_write.
      By default max_write will be 1MiB now for kernels that
      support max_pages. If you want smaller buffers or writes
      you have to set max_write manually.
* Wed Apr 17 2019
  - Update to 3.5.0:
    * Changed ioctl commands to "unsigned int" in order to support
      commands which do not fit into a signed int. Commands issued
      by applications are still truncated to 32 bits.
    * Added SMB2 to whitelist (so users can now mount FUSE
      filesystems on mountpoints within SMB 2.0 filesystems).
    * Added a new cache_readdir flag to fuse_file_info to enable
      caching of readdir results. Supported by kernels 4.20 and newer.
    * Add support and documentation for FUSE_CAP_NO_OPENDIR_SUPPORT.
* Tue Mar 19 2019
  - Amend License: field with BSD2c, from
* Mon Mar 18 2019
  - Update to 3.4.2
    * The examples/passthrough_ll.c example filesystem has been significantly extended.
    * Support for copy_file_range has been added.
    * Build system updates for non-Linux systems.
    * Fixed a memory leak
    * Added OpenAFS and HFS+ to whitelist
    * Docu updates
* Thu Nov 29 2018
  - Update descriptions.
  - Do not make documentation mandatory.
* Mon Nov 26 2018
  - Update to version 3.3.0
    * The auto_unmount mode now works correctly in combination with
    * The FUSE_CAP_READDIRPLUS_AUTO capability is no longer enabled by
      default unless the file system defines both a readdir() and a
      readdirplus() handler.
    * The description of the FUSE_CAP_READDIRPLUS_AUTO flag has been
    * Allow open /dev/fuse file descriptors to be passed via mountpoints
      of the special format /dev/fd/%u. This allows mounting to be
      handled by the parent so the FUSE filesystem process can run
      fully unprivileged.
    * Add a drop_privileges option to mount.fuse3 which causes it to open
      /dev/fuse and mount the file system itself, then run the FUSE file
      filesystem fully unprivileged and unable to re-acquire privilege
      via setuid, fscaps, etc.
    * Documented under which conditions the fuse_lowlevel_notify_*
      functions may block.
    * The chmod, chown, truncate, utimens and getattr handlers of
      the high-level API now all receive an additional struct
      fuse_file_info pointer. There are more API changes, consult
      for details.
* Thu Oct 04 2018
  - Initial release v3.2.6



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