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Release Digest: GNOME, February 7, 2003

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gconfmm 2.0.1

*** gnomemm

The libgnome*mm libraries wrap the GNOME2 libraries for C++, for use
with gtkmm2. They are collectively known as gnomemm. 

*** Changes:
  
gconfmm 2.0.1

* Prevent double-destruction segfault in Entry (Oe Laursen)

*** Download 

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=1161

You will also need some gtkmm 2 available from the same place.

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

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libgnomeuimm 1.3.14

*** gnomemm

The libgnome*mm libraries wrap the GNOME2 libraries for C++, for use
with gtkmm2. They are collectively known as gnomemm. 

*** Changes:
  
libgnomeuimm 1.3.14:

* UI::Items::fill() is now correctly defined and returns the filled-in array of
  UI::Items::Info elements so it can be used to access the underlying
  Gtk::Widgets directly. (Gergo Erdi)
* FileEntry inherits from Gtk::VBox instead of Gtk::HBox, as it does in the C API.
  (Murray Cumming)

*** Download 

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=1161

You will need some other *mm libraries available from the same place.
You will also need the lastest orbitcpp 1.3.x:
ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/orbitcpp/


*** Installation:

The gnomemm libraries should be built and installed in this order:
libgnomemm, gconfmm, libgnomecanvasmm, libglademm, libbonobomm, libbonbouimm, libgnomeuimm.
Or you could use the gnomemm-all umbrella package, though that's not always so up-to-date.

You can also use jhbuild, like so:
# jhbuild build meta-gnome-C++

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