Over the last few months the bonobo implementation was
completely reworked and now lives in the vim executable itself.
This restructuring has allowed many further improvements to be
made. For example, Vim's toolbars and menus now appear in the
embedding application, and Evolution's auto-backup doesn't
interfere with editing.
Fixed bug 130078. Changed the y^x button label to x^y (really x
superscript y). Adjusted the tooltip message to "Raise displayed
value to the power of y".
Fixed bug 130282 again. Needed to remove the "|| tsep == ''"
check from the get_tsep() routine in order to get the thousands
separator to correctly work in all locales. Note that there is no
thousands separator now for the C locale.
[Although some of the ftp mirrors may take a little while to
"Sancta Simplicitas", honoring the UI freeze, has come
novelties in the coding department:
a bug in cursor caching code has been exterminated
interfacing between the PostScript display component and GGV
shell has been made cleaner
the shell deactivates the control frame before destroying the
visibility settings have been moved from top level popup menu
to a submenu.
Removed OrigTree.pm from EXTRA_DIST. can't those intltool folks
make up their mind once and for all;)
if a file that's being watched can't be reloaded once (because
it was halfway written by a tool like dvips), GGV now persists
watching it and attempts to load it again when the file changes.
simplified UI: no more Quit, only Close, removed New. inspired
by a suggestion and an initial patch by Mikael Brockman. fixes
changed scrollbar step increment to equal the arrow keys'
scrolling increment. fixes #126639.
the recent-files code has been updated via a merge with libegg
and made to use GtkIconTheme, the latter resulting in possible
breaking of the whole recent files icon stuff.
added a mnemonic for fullscreen mode. fixes #119848.
added X-GNOME-DocPath entry to ggv.desktop file - I suppose it
fixed (hopefully) the RPM spec file. fixes #122003.
the local-patriotism section:
we have some new (Bangla) and updated translations: Portuguese
(Duarte), Bangla (Sayamindu), Mongolian (Sanlig), French
(Christophe), Catalan (Jordi), German (Christian), Italian
(Francesco), Spanish (Francisco Javier).
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. It is a staging ground
for up-streaming patches to OO.o.