Projects / FUSEPod


FUSEPod is a virtual user-space filesystem that mounts your iPod into a directory for easy browsing of the songs it contains. It can discover where your iPod is mounted, supports read and remove operations, and has a configurable directory layout.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Jun 2006 20:30

    Release Notes: Transparent copying of files onto an iPod. Tracks have tags in extended attributes. Unicode tags seem to work now (UTF-8). iPod finder is now aware if there is more than one iPod already mounted. Ported to libgpod and taglib for future improvements. FUSEPod can also use the environment variable IPOD_MOUNTPOINT. General fixes and polish.

    •  13 Jun 2006 09:56

      Release Notes: The filesystem can now create the iTunesDB for you, so you don't have to run iTunes to set up the required files and directories. Playlist removal is now supported. A script for recursively adding files and directories to the iPod was added. ./ now can show what it is doing with the -watch option. A statistics file was added. There were also general fixes and polishes.

      •  11 Apr 2006 13:31

        Release Notes: New features include playlist support, removal of songs from the iPod, and general improvements.

        •  28 Feb 2006 10:28

          Release Notes: Basic write support, statfs support, and a fix for an iPod discovery bug.

          •  22 Feb 2006 08:30

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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