Release Digest: GNOME, May 13, 2003
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Anjuta 1.1.1 Beta
We are pleased to annonce the release of Anjuta GNOME2 port version
1.1.1 Beta .
Anjuta is a versatile IDE for C and C++, written for GTK/GNOME. Features
include project management, application wizards, an onboard interactive
debugger, and a powerful source editor with browsing and syntax
The release could be downloaded from http://anjuta.org/. Please note
that, this release requires libzvt-2.0, which can be downloaded from
It should install fine in RedHat 9, but may require some additional
dependencies to be satisfied for RedHat 8.0 systems. Distribution
specific binary packages are likely to be released soon.
New: Ported to GNOME2:
New: New Preferences management.
New: Tools management.
New: Watch and Backtrace moved to messages pane.
New: GNOMEVFS based file browser.
New: Pango fonts in editor (anti-aliased fonts and unicode).
New: Project configuration for GUI editor and version.
New: Advance search and replace (ported from 1.0.x branch).
Updated: Scintilla 1.51+ (cvs)
Updated: Session management. It now saves tree states.
Bug fix: Many
 Shortly after the release, some serious bugs related
to i18n have been reported, which are likely to corrupt your
comments in source files containing non UTF-8 chars. You have
CVSGnome Build Script 0.4.0
CVSGnome Build Script 0.4.0
CVSGnome is a modern powerful GNOME build script. It's able to build from
stable Tarballs or CVS.
- updated to the most recent tarball versions.
- removed automake-1.6.3 support.
- removed libgda from the list of checkouts.
- removed libgnomedb from the list of checkouts.
- removed gnome-system-tools from the list of checkouts.
- removed nautilus-gtkhtml from the list of checkouts.
- removed memprof from the list of checkouts.
- removed mergeant from the list of checkouts.
- removed monkey-media from the list of checkouts.
- removed rhythmbox from the list of checkouts.
- updated automake to use a new version.
- updated libtool to use a new version.
- added gtk-thinice-engine to the list of tarballs.
- added gstreamer to the list of tarballs.
- added gst-plugins to the list of tarballs.
- added themus to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- added gucharmap to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- added gtksourceview to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- added gedit-plugins to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- added gpdf to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- added net-rhythmbox to the list of checkouts and tarballs.
- changed all cvsmodules to point to HEAD.
- FAQ reworked.
>>> gnome 2.3.1 snapshot version compliant <<<
>>> for the installed tarballs. <<<
note: people that build cvs need to manually checkout and
install gtk-thinice-engine, gstreamer and gst-plugins.
GNOME Software Map entry
Bug Buddy 2.2.104
Bug Buddy "Nina Simone will allways be alive in my heart" is out!
This is the latest stable version of the GNOME bug reporting
tool. Only two bug fixes and new translations in this release. New
development is being done in the 2.3.x branch (cvs HEAD).
Note that it is the STABLE release for GNOME 2.2.x
Please, try it a lot, and of course, reports bugs using itseft!
and if you want to know about the release name... read the
of the announcement!
- Workaround a crash in current gnome-vfs using
instead of applications-all-users:///
- backport of fix for #108408, Now number of files to download
correctly the total.
- Added Malayalam translation by FSF-India
- Updated French translation (Christophe Merlet)
- Added Serbian translation by Danilo Segan
* Thanks to: Alex Duggan and Andrew Sobala for doing the pre-release
testing and Mario Pineda for his English sapience.
About "Nina Simone will allways be alive in my heart"
Last 21th of April, Nina Simone died at the age of 70. She was born in
North Carolina and get glory after singing the pop song "My baby just
cares for me", but what she better did was sing blues, spirituals and
jazz. We have memorable interpretations from her: Wild is the Wind, Ne
me quitte pas (from Jaques Brel), Sinnerman, Mr Bojangles...
She is dead, but thanks to her recordings, she will allways be
alive in our hearts!
Fernando Herrera de las Heras
Onírica: análisis, diseño e implantación de soluciones informáticas
Designed to be easy to use, yet powerful and flexible, GnuCash allows you
to track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. It is based on
professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate
1.8.3 - 03 May 2003
o Updated translations: Italian, Swedish, Danish, British,
Traditional Chinese, French, German, Tamil, Brazilian Portugese.
o Turn off the report-total by default
o The Euroland currency rates were inverted in the transfer dialog.
o Chris Morgan's Baysian Matching code, to match transactions based
on Bayesian filtering of previously matched transactions.
o Fix a bug in the account name list when you you filtered down to no
accounts it would ignore the filter.
o The Account Separator option was moved to the Accounts page,
o Fix the keypress handlers so they work properly for both the text
entry widget and the calendar popup widget.
o Force the cursor to the first line of a transaction split before
disabling "double line" mode in the register. This prevents the
register refresh code from trying to update a cell that is no longer
o Fix HBCI close-on-finished checkbutton.
o Add descriptions of new HBCI actions.
o OpenBSD fixes by Todd T. Fries
o New report "income vs. day of week" by Andy Wingo
o Fix a couple strings to improve comments when owners and accounts
are missing. Direct the user to select them in the report options.
o When building the "name + address" string, check if the company
name and contact name are the same and, if so, only print one of
o Fix the glade settings so resizing the window will properly resize
o Save the entry cells before adding an it to the invoice, otherwise
it wont get sorted properly.
o Add support in business code for the to-charge amount.
o Don't ask the user in the general case when making changes to
entries. Generally the user should be allowed to make whatever
changes they want without being pestered.
o Guile-1.6 requires empty lists to be quoted.
o Symbols are not strings in guile-1.6.
o Fix "WeekDelta" and add TwoWeekDelta.
o Pop up a dialog if the user tries to transfer from a non-currency
account, and don't let them do it.
o Evaluate the date during get_predicate() in case the user just "hit
return" (and the auto-evaluate didn't happen).
o Fix crash during import of investment accounts.
o Fixes for GCC 3.3 warnings
o Fix HBCI user messages where chip cards were confused with key
o Adapt to latest changes in OpenHBCI CVS.
o Applied Tomas Pospisek's patch to the transaction report.
o Fix the description of gnc:mdi-show-progress.
o Enable changing the "ID" for different business objects.
o Fix the percentage calculations so we don't get GtkCritical
o Disable the test-scm-query-import test, since it breaks on
o Move currency conversion to gnc-pricedb.c
o Improve report for stocks and funds not denominated in report
o QIF imports don't assume that a date of the form XXXXXXXX is always
YYYYMMDD. Make sure a 4-digit year "makes sense"
o Fix hbci and ofx test for handling --disable correctly.
o Fix openhbci macro again so that it uses a C check program.
o New gnucash-docs release (1.8.1)
GNOME Software Map entry
Coriander is a full-featured GUI for IIDC compliant, IEEE1394 Digital
- absolute values follow normal ranges changes
- global ISO on/off/restart switch
- removed REAL streaming: code was outdated anyway.
- YUV444 conversion bug
- misc GUI fixes
- fixed multicamera big-fat-hairy-bug
- code cleanup
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