I recently found the following gvfs commands :
gvfs-cat (1) - Concatenate files gvfs-copy (1) - Copy files gvfs-info (1) - Show information about files gvfs-ls (1) - List files gvfs-mime (1) - Get or set mime handlers gvfs-mkdir (1) - Create directories gvfs-monitor-dir (1) - Monitor directories for changes gvfs-monitor-file (1) - Monitor files for changes gvfs-mount (1) - Mounts the locations gvfs-move (1) - Copy files gvfs-open (1) - Open files with the default handler gvfs-rename (1) - Rename a file gvfs-rm (1) - Delete files gvfs-save (1) - Save standard input gvfs-set-attribute (1) - Set file attributes gvfs-trash (1) - Move files or directories to the trash gvfs-tree (1) - List contents of directories in a tree-like format
Now, how do these differ by the common commands like
In other words what is the difference between the following commands respectively:
gvfs-mkdiretc. and so on.
or what for
gvfs-* commands stands for?