Release Digest: GNOME, July 2, 2002
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gturing 0.1.1 "alive & kicking" is out:
gturing is a simple turing machine simulator with
graphical interface. A Turing machine is the simplest possible
computing device which can only perform very simple operations.
However, almost everything in programming languages can be
written as a program for the Turing machine.
Of course, no one uses the Turing machine for actual computing
work, but it is very useful in theoretical computer science and
It's a nice complement for students who likes to practice with
theory and a nice toy to play with.
What's new in 0.1.1:
- First GNOME 2.0 port (complete)
- New state's editor
- gconf integration
- Updated documentation (Alexander Kirillov)
- Cleaner code
- pl.po:Zbigniew Chyla
- sk.po:Stanislav Visnovsky
- sv.po:Christian Rose
- da.po:Tino Meinen
- es.po:Germ án Poo C.
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GtkGLExt, OpenGL extention to GTK, version 0.3.1 have been released.
It provides the GDK objects which support OpenGL rendering in GTK,
and gtk_widget API add-ons which extend ANY GTK+ widget to an
This release includes some small changes of gdk_window and gdk_pixmap
And then, RPM spec file have been included in the package.
Could you please try it and tell me your comments?
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 extend 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:
The official download & development information site is:
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
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Changes in version 0.25
July 2, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- Capture bugfixes from Clay Kunz.
July 1, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- added a basic function fo Bayer pattern decoding (for Basler
Apr 15, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- changed the raw output selection: it is now an option in the
preferences window. The 'raw' extention is no longer mendatory.
- added a 'sequence' option in the scratch options for saving.
Selecting this option will let you write continuous video
sequences to disk. This mode is only available with raw dumping
- updated and applied Dan's patch for interface.c.
Apr 08, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- Fixed a serious bug in propagation of images within the image
pipe. This leaded to duplicate images in file saving,...
Mar 28, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- updated version check macro for libdc1394.
Mar 26, 2002, by Dan Dennedy
- change calls to raw1394_destroyhandle to dc1394destroy_handle
requires updated libdc1394 from CVS.
Mar 24, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- finished the interactive region selection for F7.
- added the 'm' shortcut to switch to max size in F7.
Mar 23, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- changed the F7 range update policy to 'delayed': the value only
changes when the mouse does not move. This avoid continuous
format changes and allow the threads to be restarted a reasonable
number of times.
- the ranges for F7 now respect the stepping values thanks to some
Mar 21, 2002, by Damien Douxchamps
- added a key bindings window in the help menu.