Release Digest: GNOME, April 13, 2004
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libxml++ is a C++ wrapper for the libxml XML parser library. It
has SAX and DOM-like APIs, but does not attempt to conform exactly
to the DOM specifications because they are not aimed at C++. Its
API is much simpler than the underlying libxml C API.
This is the initial release on the new stable branch 2.6.
The main changes from the version 1.0 are the following:
- Introduced Glib::ustring instead of std::string (Murray
- Added Document::create_root_node_by_import (Kim Garrison)
- Added TextReader interface (Christophe de Vienne)
You can download libxml++ 2.6.0 from gnome servers:
Christophe de Vienne
libxklavier delivers some common keyboard-related functionality
in a form of high-level API to be used by applications like layout
switching indicators, keyboard configuration utilities etc. The
1.0x series guarantees stable API for GNOME 2.6.x releases
Changes since 1.00
The version 1.01 provides build-time compatibility with the
latest X.Org X server (which renamed the default xkb rules set from
xfree86 to xorg). The configure script option --with-xkb-rules-set
allows to change the used rule set from "xfree86" (the default
value) to "xorg" (or any other value, for any xfree fork out
there). It is tested with gentoo x.org builds (more test reports
are very welcome).
the Gnome-GCJ project proudly announces the release of version
0.17.0 of the alternative set of Java bindings for GNOME. It's
available for download via SourceForge.
What is Gnome-GCJ
Gnome-GCJ is a set of GNOME bindings for the Java language. It
uses the gcj java compiler from the gcc project to create native
binaries using the Cygnus Native Interface (CNI). We sacrificed
support for Java VMs to support more classical development of GNOME
applications using the GNU autotools.
What's new in 0.17.0
Gnome-GCJ 0.17.0 is the first release that supports
Glib/Gdk/GTK+ 2.x. It currenly doesn't deliver lots of wrapped
libraries as the main goal for this release was to compile and
install cleanly using the GTK libraries 2.2.
Where's more information on it
Visit the Gnome-GCJ website http://gnome-gcj.sf.net/ to get more
Finally, Gaphor 0.3.0 is released. The UML modeling tool for
Gaphor is written in Python using the PyGTK bindings.
- Class diagrams
- New GUI
- UML 2.0 compliant data model
- Easy to use and extend
You can find out more about Gaphor at:
Try it, you'll like it.
Anjuta version 1.2.2 has been released.
Anjuta is a versatile GNOME IDE for C and C++. Features include
project management, application wizards, an onboard interactive
debugger, and a powerful source editor with browsing and syntax
Home page: http://anjuta.org/.
This release includes:
- Source tarball
- Red Hat Linux 9.0 binary (and debuginfo)
- Fedora Core 1 binary (and debuginfo)
- Source RPM
- Documentation RPM package
Other distribution specific binary packages are likely to be
released by other vendors. Binaries should install fine without
Major bug fixes. Resolved many debugger, build, project, fonts,
print and wizard related critical bugs. Also added a new Anjuta
advanced tutorial in documentation.
New: Anjuta advanced tutorial
New: Goes to first error automatically (Default is off. need to
enable in anjuta.properties).
Bug fix: Use build.silent option from preferences (bug #895726)
Bug fix: Use font style defined for message indicators (bug
Bug fix: Set bold color as foreground color in terminal (bug
Bug fix: Removed 'cmp' dependency and used internal function to
Bug fix: Fixed return value when dest file could not be
Bug fix: Fixed a typo in Hello World indentation style.
Bug fix: Fixed misuse of translated strings when looking for style
Bug fix: Save-all action now asks for filenames for new files (bug
Bug fix: Fixed a compiler warnings.
Bug fix: Disabled printing of long debug lines.
Bug fix: Close buttons on all dialogs (HIG) and ESC closes them
Bug fix: Fixed a program execution crash bug.
Bug fix: Fixed Crash on Find & Replace (#887833)
Bug fix: Use defined file name when saving new files (fixes bug
Bug fix: Don't change filename when clicking on a directory.
Bug fix: Implemented keypress ctrl-c and ctrl-d for terminal (bug
Bug fix: Do not reload new files (bug #900897).
Bug fix: Disconnects menuitem signal properly (bug #901723).
Bug fix: Fixed bugs #890609 and #890609, #900903.
Bug fix: Fixed a typo in tutorial (bug #866143).
Bug fix: Reduced size of Search and Replace dialog (bug
Bug fix: Fixed a runtime warning (bug #900087).
Bug fix: Changed build shortcut to F11 (bug #877683).
Bug fix: Do not defualt to -k make option (bug #875486).
Bug fix: CFLAGS passed correctly (bug #816130, #801056, #782798,
Bug fix: Improved Search and Replace. Fixed crash bug.
Bug fix: Fixed bug #910097 (Insert comment).
Bug fix: Find-Usage rework (bug #890609).
Bug fix: Generated projects read m4 directory. Project generation
works. (bug #917781).
Bug fix: Fixed Find-Usage crash when no project open
Bug fix: Fixed bug #893400 ("Remove file" in project tree).
Bug fix: Aligned buttons in the New file dialog and HIG
Bug fix: Fixed to get correct child exit status using mask (bug
Bug fix: Goto the first error if it exists (bug #874380).
Bug fix: Save-all for 1 file opened (bug #912618).
Bug fix: Fixed conditional breakpoints.
Bug fix: Fixed debugger calltips displayed for wrong file.
Bug fix: Fixed delete breakpoints.
Bug fix: Fixed Breakpoint setting bugs (bug #895536).
Bug fix: Fixed a crash bug with debugger attach process dialog
Bug fix: Fixed freeze-ups during build terminations (bug
Bug fix: Fixed a memory corruption (bug #921893).
Bug fix: Open file starts in right directory (bug #908941).
Bug fix: Fixed another crash bug in Find-Usage.
Bug fix: Correctly prompts and reponds passwords (bug #894533).
Bug fix: Fixed 'remove' and 'clear' of Defines list in compiler
options (bug #883837).
Bug fix: Installs .glade file of libgllade projects (bug
Bug fix: Glade based projects can now find installed pixmaps (bug
Bug fix: Fixed ADA syntax highlighting (bug #923474).
Bug fix: Fixed HANGUP bug for long lines (bugs #700968 and
This is a quick bug-fix release which corrects an issue when
Alexandria fails because the directory ~/.alexandria doesn't
Check it out at:
Sorry for the inconvenience,