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Release Digest: GNOME, June 18, 2002

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COnfigurator for Gnome 0.3.2

Application
===========

COnfigurator for Gnome 0.3.2

Description
===========

A program for editing advanced Gnome settings in an easy way - the backend
uses gconf and XML descriptions, but all the user will see is a (somewhat)
nice GUI.

Enhancements
============

- If a section doesn't have any valid GConf keys then a notebook tab will
no longer be created for it.

Fixes
=====

- Small change to the configure script to make it properly detect
libxml2.
- Fixed a bug were a GConf key would be marked as being valid when in fact
it had no schema attached to it (this would then lead to a crash when
trying to access the schema). 

Download
========

http://www.daimi.au.dk/~maxx/progs/cog/cog-0.3.2.tar.gz
http://www.daimi.au.dk/~maxx/progs/cog/cog-0.3.2-1.src.rpm
http://www.daimi.au.dk/~maxx/progs/cog/cog-0.3.2-1.i386.rpm
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GtkGLExt 0.2.1

Hello everyone,

GtkGLExt, OpenGL extention to GTK, version 0.2.1 is released.

  http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtkglext/

This release includes new gears demo which comes with Mesa.
It is a good example for examining the performance of GTK2 based
real-time OpenGL programs.

It have been tested on Linux (RedHat 7.3), IRIX (6.5), and WinXP with
GTK+ 2.0.5.

Could you please try it and tell me your comments?


General Information
===================

GtkGLExt is an OpenGL extention to GTK 2.0 or later.

This package is composed of GdkGLExt library and GtkGLExt library.
GdkGLExt library includes low-level OpenGL related objects,
GdkGLConfig, GdkGLContext, GdkGLDrawable, GdkGLWindow, and so on,
which has GLX like interface. GtkGLExt library includes high-level
gtk_widget API extentions using GdkGLExt, which extends ANY GTK+ widget
to an OpenGL-capable widget.

The objects included in these libraries are implemented using C and
fully compliant with GLib's GObject and it's latest features.

The official web site is:
  http://gtkglext.sourceforge.net/

The official download & development information site is:
  http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtkglext/


Supported Platforms
===================

Currently GtkGLExt supports

  * UNIX platforms
      Tested on Linux (RedHat 7.3) and IRIX (6.5).

  * Win32 platforms
      Tested on Windows XP & 2000 Professional using MinGW/Cygwin
      environment.


Thank you,

-- 
Naofumi Yasufuku  
"The best way to predict the future is to invent it." -- Alan Kay