[ANNOUNCE] libfuse 3.1.0 has been released

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[ANNOUNCE] libfuse 3.1.0 has been released

Nikolaus Rath
Dear all,

I am pleased to announce the release of libfuse 3.1.0. This is release
is fully backwards compatible to libfuse 3.0, but adds a new feature in
form of the fuse_lib_help() function.

The source code is available for download at https://github.com/libfuse/libfuse/releases.

Please report any issues on this mailing list or the GitHub issue
tracker at https://github.com/libfuse/libfuse/issues.

Full list of changes (from `ChangeLog.rst`):

libfuse 3.1.0 (2017-07-08)

* Added new `fuse_lib_help()` function. File-systems that previously
  passed a ``--help`` option to `fuse_new()` must now process the
  ``--help`` option internally and call `fuse_lib_help()` to print the
  help for generic FUSE options.
* Fixed description of the `fuse_conn_info->time_gran`. The default
  value of zero actually corresponds to full nanosecond resolution,
  not one second resolution.
* The init script is now installed into the right location
  (``$DESTDIR/etc/init.d`` rather than ``$prefix/$sysconfdir/init.d``)
* The `example/passthrough_ll` filesystem now supports creating
  and writing to files.
* `fuse_main()` / `fuse_remove_signal_handlers()`: do not reset
  `SIGPIPE` handler to `SIG_DFL` if it was not set by us.
* Documented the `RENAME_EXCHANGE` and `RENAME_NOREPLACE` flags that
  may be passed to the `rename` handler of both the high- and
  low-level API. Filesystem authors are strongly encouraged to check
  that these flags are handled correctly.

The following people have contributed code to this release:

Angelo G. Del Regno <[hidden email]>
Nikolaus Rath <[hidden email]>
pablomh <[hidden email]>

(a full list of credits containing all known contributors is included in
the `AUTHORS` file).


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