Release Digest: GNOME, July 22, 2003Jul 23, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
gnocl 0.5.10 is available at
In this release the canvas commands have been moved to a separate library gnoclCanvas. The separator widget has been added. The messageDialog got new features and has been renamed to dialog, since with the new option -child not only text but also more complex content can be displayed. Many widgets got new options -onButtonPress and -onButtonRelease. Gnocl should compile again with every ANSI C compiler. Many bug fixes in the source and the documentation have been included.
gnocl is a GTK+ / Gnome extension for the programming language Tcl. It provides easy to use commands to build quickly GTK+ / Gnome compliant user interfaces including canvas widget and drag and drop. Gnome support can be switched off at compile time so that the resulting gnocl library depends only on GTK+.
gnocl is loosely modeled after the well known, easy to use Tk package.
This version has been tested with GTK+ 2.2.1, Gnome 2.2.0 and Tcl 8.4.2 under Linux.
gtkmm provides a C++ interface to GTK+. gtkmm 2.2 wraps GTK+ 2.2 http://www.gtkmm.org
Like GTK+ 2.2, gtkmm 2.2 contains only API addition, without API or ABI breakage, compared to gtkmm 2.0
You will need libsigc++ 1.2, available here: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=1970
BEAST/BSE version 0.5.4 is available for download at:
BEAST (the Bedevilled Audio SysTem) is a graphical front-end to BSE (the Bedevilled Sound Engine), a library for music composition, audio synthesis, MIDI processing and sample manipulation. The project is hosted at:
This new development series of BEAST comes with a lot of the internals redone, many new GUI features and a sound generation back-end separated from all GUI activities.
The most outstanding new features are the track editor which allowes for easy selection of synthesizers or samples as track sources, loop support and unlimited UnDo/ReDo capabilities.
Note, the .bse file format hasn't fully stabilized yet, so incompatibilities with future versions may occur, though we're making every possible attempt to maintain backwards compatibility.
Overview of Changes in BEAST/BSE 0.5.4:
GCompris is a full featured education game for kids between 3 and 8. The game includes many different activities like teaching how to use a mouse and keybord, memory games, vector drawing, basic educational games, reading, algebra exerciser and more.
added background music support : just put ogg files in gcompris/boards/music/background and gcompris will play them and display the information from them (author, name, ...)
canallock.c: fixed deadlock, speeded the locks moves, added
Updated Locale :
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