This is the first release of some of the gnomemm bindings for
use with Gtkmm 2.3/2.4. Like gtkmm 2.4, they install in parallel
with the Previous versions.
They wrap libglade 2.3.x, which will become libglade 2.4, Gconf
2.5.x, which will become 2.6, and libgnomecanvas 2.5.x, which will
become 2.6. These bindings are on the official GNOME Platform
Bindings release schedule, in-sync with the underlying GNOME
MlView binaries are packaged and distributed for the major linux
distributions. If you package mlview binaries, please send a mail
so that we setup a page of known mlview binary downloads links.
Conglomerate 0.7.7 - "Who Frobnicates the Frobnicators?"
Conglomerate is a free, user-friendly XML editor. It is
particularly aimed at DocBook, but should be able to handle any XML
Numerous bugs have been fixed in this release, together with
some visual improvements. However, Conglomerate is still UNSTABLE,
and not yet ready for heavy-duty production use. I used it to write
these release notes in DocBook without having to resort to Emacs,
and had a single crash during a half-hour editing period. Notable
remaining problems are lack of speed, inability to deal with
external entities, and crashes when nesting certain elements inside
certain other elements.
Get strings from immodule as UTF8, notify immodule of focus
in/out (bug 125993) (Yukihiro Nakai)
Fixed unref of NULL uri (bug #126231) (Paul Smith)
Various GUI sensitivity fixes (Paul Smith)
Rewrie of intenals of text normalisation to supoprt Pango
attributes in preparation for proper support of "pre-edit" strings
from GTK input methods (me)
Fixed loading from GnomeVFS with a relative path (Robert
Fix for bug #127026 (crash when using cut from popup menu)
Changed CTRL+SHIFT+S to Save As instead of Save a Copy (Michael
Force span tag to be wide enough to accommodate its title.
Center contents. (Boris Goldowsky)
gtkmm provides a C++ interface to gtkmm. The 2.3.x tarballs are
development series that will become the stable gtkmm 2.4. gtkmm
2.3/2.4 will wrap any additional API in GTK+ 2.4. glibmm is now a
separate module, for use in non-GUI software.
gtkmm 2.3/2.4 installs in parallel with gtkmm 2.2, so you can
install this unstable library without the risk of breaking existing
applications. This allows us to break ABI and API, though we will
try not to break API unless it is absolutely necessary.
But do be aware that the underlying unstable GTK+ 2.3 does not
install in parallel with GTK+ 2.2. There is currently at least one
known GTK+ 2.3 bug that breaks gtkmm 2.2 applications that use the
TreeView. This GTK+ patch should fix that: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=123923
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