Release Digest: GNOME, April 4, 2003
Apr 04, 2003, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
A new release of Evolution (1.2.4) is out.
Evolution is an integrated mail, calendar, and addressbook application
for the GNOME environment.
This release adds support for Kerberos 5 authentication using the
GSSAPI, although currently only our SuSE 8.1 build has this compile-time
Also, a few translations have been updated:
- es (Francisco Javier Fernandez)
- it (Marco Ciampa)
- no (Kjartan Maraas)
- pl (Zbigniew Chyla)
- pt (Duarte Loreto)
- pt_BR (Gustavo Maciel Dias Vieira)
- sv (Christian Rose)
- zh_TW (Abel Cheung)
We have also released a new version of GtkHTML which fixes some crashes
that could be triggered by HTML mail, so please make sure you update
that as well.
Binaries can be downloaded from Ximian Red Carpet or from here:
The source tarballs are available at:
DiaCanvas2 is a diagramming canvas for GTK+/GNOME.
This release mainly contains bug fixes.
o Bugs fixed in view-item code.
o Text doesn't display differently when zooming in/out
What's new in DiaCanvas2 0.9.0
o New path shape implementation:
- Paths can be cyclic,
- have a fill color and
- be used as clipping paths
o Better text handling, now also marked up text can be handled. Also
better UTF-8 support
o Dashed lines for ellipse and bezier shapes
o Better code for canvas item movement and state changes
o Better handling of compound objects
o Pretty good SVG export filter
o Better Python bindings (requires PyGTK)
You can download DiaCanvas2 from SourceForge:
The DiaCanvas homepage can be found at:
Gaphor is an UML modeling tool written in Python. It is designed to be
extensible and easy to use.
It's been a while ago since 0.1.0 was announced. In the mean time a lot
- Gaphor is completely written in Python
- Supports Class and UseCase diagrams
- UML meta-model based datamodel
- GNOME2 libraries
- Gnome-Python 1.99.16
- DiaCanvas2 0.9.2