GnomeVFS (short for GNOME Virtual File System) was an abstraction layer of the GNOME platform for the reading, writing and execution of files. Before GNOME 2.22 GnomeVFS was primarily used by the appropriate versions of Nautilus file manager (renamed to GNOME Files) and other GNOME applications.
|Operating system||Linux, BSD|
|Type||abstraction layer for files systems|
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- "GNOME 2.22 Release Notes, Section "GVFS and GIO"".