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Release Digest: GNOME, September 24, 2003

Sep 25, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])


Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame


OpenOffice.org build:

This package contains the Gnome integration work for OpenOffice.org, and a much simplified build wrapper, making an OO.o build / install possible for the common man.[1]

Changes in this release:

  • features
    • pull up to OO.o 1.1.0 final.
    • loads more nice icons (Tigert, Jimmac)
    • slower & cleaner alpha rendering (Michael)
    • nicer toolbox item prelight (Michael)
  • bug fixes (Michael)
    • PDF export / font-subsetting
    • setup LD_LIBRARY_PATH problems (Anders)
    • 2nd time oddness with -writer flag
    • server render splash pixmap
    • use the right branded icon set

Package available from:


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[1] - assuming the common man has 4Gb+ of spare space and lots of idle CPU time.
michael@ximian.com <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot

Evolution 1.4.5

A new bug-fix release of your favorite groupware application is out!

Release notes are here:


-- Ettore

libxml++ 0.26

Hi all,

I'm pleased to annouce the release of libxml++ 0.26.

This release comes with a support for namespaces, and fixes an issue with multi-threaded programs.


  • Added import_node example into MSVC6 project files (Ephraim Vider)
  • Node::import_node now takes a const Node (suggested by Rafael Vuijk)
  • Fixed threading issue due to incorrect libxml2 initialisation (Fredrik Arnerup)
  • Updated Doxyfile (Christophe de Vienne)
  • Added Namespaces support (Dan Dennedy, Murray Cumming)

For more precise informations please consult the ChangeLog.


You can download it from SourceForge.net by following this link: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=12999&release_id=186500

Thanks to the different contributors who help libxml++ to become a usefull and complete tool.
We are getting closer and closer to an API freese and then libxml++ 1.0, which should be released by the end of the year.

Best Regards,

Christophe de Vienne