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Release Digest: GNOME, December 15, 2003

Dec 16, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])

RPM Builder plugin for Anjuta 0.1.3

Application

RPM Builder plugin for Anjuta, 0.1.3

Description

You can make RPM spec file and RPM package(s) for the your project. The plugin use the Anjuta project settings. This plugin is useable with Anjuta >= v1.1.1.

Enhancements

  • support conditional build
  • easy RPM changelog editor
  • support RPM packages sign
  • Hungarian translation

Fixes

  • grammatical corrections (Thanks to Naba Kumar)

Download

http://arpmbuilder.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=download

GNOME Software Map entry

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


Silky 0.4.1

Application

Silky 0.4.1

Description

Silky is an easy-to-use graphical SILC (Secure Internet Live Conferencing) client. It contains all the necessary features of a SILC client while keeping the user interface as simple and user-friendly as possible.

Silky is written in C and is using GTK2

Release notes


Silky - an easy to use graphical client for SILC has reached version 0.4.1.

This release fixes some crashing bugs and introduces new features which include new commands like /msg, /query and /config as well as the wanted command history.

Technical improvements include new silc.m4 file which allows Silky to be built in environments where the SILC Client Library's headers and libs has been splitted to separate paths.

The binary RPM build is now using shared SILC Client Libraries which are provided in separate libsilc package. The libsilc-devel is provided for those wanting to compile the source RPM package of Silky.

Silky has been registered into the Translation Project. If you wish to use Silky in Your language, please contribute!

The Silky Project team wishes You merry X-mas and joyful moments with Silky!

Help wanted!

We are looking for translators! Silky has been registered with the Translation Project.

Download

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=86891

GNOME Software Map entry

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