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Release Digest: GNOME, December 21, 2003Dec 22, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
GStreamer "Mobil Avenue" 0.7.3 released
The GStreamer team is happy to announce our third release in the 0.7.x development series of the GStreamer streaming-media framework. The goal of this release series is to stabilize it towards a 0.8 release series which will be part of the GNOME 2.6 releases and hopefully eventually KDE 4.x.
The 0.7 series is a development series and is aimed at developers. It is NOT API or ABI compatible with the stable 0.6.x series or with other releases in the series. This means you can not use this release to upgrade your current GStreamer installation and expect your GStreamer applications to keep working. It is parallel installable with the 0.6.x series however.
This development series contains a lot of improvements compared to the 0.6.x series and is a much better foundation for building advanced video handling applications. Below we list most of the major changes and additions. Most are included in this release, but not all are complete yet as they will be in time for the 0.8.0 release. New/improved features in 0.7.3 release
As mentioned there are some changes in API/ABI between the 0.6.x and 0.7.x releases. Many applications will probably be source compatible between 0.6.x. and 0.7.x however. Rhythmbox and Sound Juicer for instance works very well when compiled on 0.7.x. Gst-player do not work accross releases however, so we will make a separate release of gst-player with the needed fixes for it to work with 0.7.x. This release contains the core fixes we where waiting for to port the player over so expect a Gst-player release in the near future.
More details on these features can be found on the project's website, http://gstreamer.net/.
Support and Bugs
We use Gnome's Bugzilla for bug reports and feature requests. The "product name" is GStreamer (capital G).
GStreamer is hosted on SourceForge. As of this release we have moved GStreamer CVS to freedesktop. All code is in CVS and can be checked out from there. Interested developers of the core library, plug-ins, and applications should subscribe to the gstreamer-devel list.
Contributors to this release
Mynetmonitor is a gtk2 net monitor with system tray support
added --device xxx option
GST: a Generic Seismic Tool with GTK+
GST: a Generic Seismic Tool with GTK+ gst_0.13.tgz
An interactive and graphic tool for seismic data processing: it works with data in SAC_bin and SAC_ASCII, and provides tools for plotting data, zoom, picking, filtering, spectral analysis, time-frequency, polarization analysis ...etc.
Evolutive polarization using a moving window
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