This is libmtp 1.1.6
A bug fix and improvements release.
Changes from 1.1.5 to 1.1.6:
- Soname libmtp.so.9.1.0 - binary compatible, new interfaces
have been added.
- Devices, devices, devices... I think I had a hundred (no kidding)
reports for the Nexus 4. It seems hackers just love this device
and cannot wait for me to spin a new libmtp.
- More careful autoprobing code for Linux, running around in
sysfs to try to avoid opening non-MTP devices. The libusb devs
do not uniformly like this idea but what shall I do? People
still want their devices to autodetect. Any hints welcome,
any patches will be reviewed.
- Interface extenstions from Philip Langdale to support the
Android in-place read/write extensions. This will be used by
GVFS for editing files etc, it is actually very useful when
treating the MTP device as a "real" filesystem. It only works
on Android devices with Google's MTP stack, but hey, that is
a fair share of the MTP devices used today.
- Several fixes and memory leaks fixed by Lei Zhang courtesy if
the Chromebook project, thanks Google!
- Did you know that Microsoft silently dropped the MTPZ extension
from Windows Phone 8? Now you know. Newer Windows Phone
devices are reported to work out-of-the-box with libmtp.