Release Digest: GNOME, July 1, 2003
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This is a simple encryption tool to work with home-grown
encryption algorithms. It can run as either a GUI, a command-line
application, or a network proxy.
It's a text widget that extends the standard Gtk+ 2.x
GtkTextView. It improves it by implementing syntax highlighting and
other features typical of a source editor.
It's currently being used by gedit, Glimmer source code editor
and other projects like DiaSCE2 and Mono Debugger.
This is mostly a bug fix release, but four new translations have
- GLib and GTK+ 2.2.0 or later
- LibXML2 2.5.0 or later
- libgnomeprint 2.2.0 or later
- Added get_style_names method to the GtkSourceStyleScheme
interface [Jeroen Zwartepoorte]
- New method gtk_sourcelanguageget_id
- Added the id arg to all constructors of gtksourcetag.[ch]
- Added ID and tag_style properties to GtkSourceTag [Paolo]
- Fixed the .pc.in file [Paolo]
- Fixes to the printing code [Gustavo Giráldez]
- Fix bracket matching (bug #113495) [Gustavo]
- Misc bug fixes [Jeroen, Gustavo, Anders Carlsson]
- Turkish (new) [Sami Onur Zaim]
- Belarusian (new) [Dmitry G. Mastrukov]
- Japanese (new) [Takeshi AIHANA]
- Hebrew (new) [Gil "Dolfin" Osher]
- Czech [Miloslav Trmac]
- German [Christian Neumair]
- Spanish [Francisco Javier F. Serrador]
GTK-Lsof GTK-Lsof 0.9.14
Simple GTK-2 GUI for Lsof. Save as option, View fields option,
Complete control of lsof commands.
Re-designed lsof-settings GUI and menu, added Save as/Save
Default/Open options for your settings. Fixed varoius minor bugs. -
- New Menù.
- Save At Refresh Option.
- AutoRefresh Dialog.
- Load/as Save/as "Settings" with or without
"View Options" using XML-Extension.
- "Avoid To Ouput Lsof/GTK-Lsof" Option.
- AutoDetecting and Permission for Lsof binary.
- Save for Position/Size Window.
- New Forking() system.
- Short-Cuts for Dialogs.
Coriander is a full-featured GUI for IIDC compliant, IEEE1394
- DMA buffer size can be selected
- auto refresh of display
- save service major debug
- SDL error handling
Dear users of both large and small computing tools,
A new development release of Guikachu is available.
Guikachu is a GNOME application for graphical editing of resource
files for PalmOS-based pocket computers. The user interface is
modelled after Glade, the GNOME UI builder.
Catch it all from http://cactus.rulez.org/projects/guikachu/
- Uses GNOME-VFS, you can load files from anywhere, e.g. from the
Web, from an SMB share, from a tarball.
- Exporting to PilRC .rcp files
- Support for non-Palm PilRC targets (like the eBookMan)
- Support for the following PalmOS resource types:
- String and string list resources
- Dialog resources
- Menu resources
- Form resources
- Per-application resources (e.g. version number)
- WYSIWYG Form Editor, with drag & drop capability and visual
- Flexible, complete undo support
- Sample file with sample GNU PalmOS SDK-based application
- Documentation (a complete user's manual)
This release is part of the 1.3 development branch, so it's all
about crazy experimentations and not about providing a polished,
well-tested product -- so don't quite replace your 1.2 Guikachu
This is just a maintainance release without any significant new
features, basically its point is to distribute the numerous new
Guikachu uses GTKmm and GNOMEmm for its user interface. I/O is
implemented via GNOME-VFS, the XML storage format is managed with
the libxml package. Dialog windows are loaded via libglade. GConf
is used to store user preferences. You will need the versions of
these packages available in the GNOME 1.4 bundle (with the
exception of GNOMEmm which you will need to upgrade to the recently
released version 1.2.4). To actually create the PalmOS resource
files, you will also need PilRC (part of the GNU PalmOS SDK) to
compile the .rpc files produced by Guikachu.
Beware of bugémons!