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Release Digest: GNOME, September 29, 2003

Sep 30, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])

gramps 0.9.4

Application

gramps 0.9.4

Description

GRAMPS is a GNOME/Python based genealogy program.

Enhancements

  • Better compliance with GNOME HIG
  • Improved Family view
  • Browser-style navigation
  • Enhanced import/export
  • Improved filtering

Download

http://sf.net/projects/gramps

GNOME Software Map entry

http://www.gnome.org/softwaremap/projects/gramps


gtkmm 2.2.8

gtkmm 2.2

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

Changes

2.2.8:

  • Fixed "inacccessible base" build errors with gcc 3.3.2. (Bradley Bell)
  • win32: Re-enabled our wrappers for parts of the GTK+ API that are now properly exported on Windows by GTK+. See README.win32 for more details. (Cedric Gustin)
  • Documentation:
    • book:
      -Updated DrawingArea chapter for gtkmm2 (the last chapter that needed to be updated) (Ainsley Pereira)
      • Mentioned Treeviews with popup menus, with example. (Murray Cumming)
      • The libglademm chapter has a clearer explanation of the memory management, and mentions the new get_widget_derived() method. (Murray Cumming)
    • Distribute doxygen tags for use by the documentation of related projects. (Bradley Bell)
    • Build and install a devhelp file for the reference docs. This doesn't work yet, but hopefully it's easy to fix. (roel@stack.be)

Download

http://www.gtkmm.org/download.shtml

You will need libsigc++ 1.2, available here: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=1970

Development

There is ongoing discussion on the mailing list: http://www.gtkmm.org/mailinglist.shtml
and in the #c++ channel on irc.gnome.org/

--
Murray Cumming
murray@usa.net
www.murrayc.com