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Release Digest: GNOME, May 11, 2004

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GNOME CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor 0.1.3

Application

GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.1.3

Description

GNOME CPUFreq Applet is a CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor for GNOME Panel

Features

  • Support for proc or sys filesystems
  • Support for multiprocessor systems

Prerequisites

  • GNOME 2 libraries
  • GNOME Panel libraries
  • GNOME-VFS libraries
  • GConf

Overview of Changes in GNOME CPUFreq Applet 0.1.3

This is a bugfix release, containing fixes for various memory leaks detected in 0.1.x releases

  • more robust /proc/cpufreq parsing (Edwin Olson)
  • fixed some memory leaks and minor bugs (Carlos García)

For the moment:

Tarballs can be downloaded from
http://linups.org/~kal/gnome-cpufreq-applet/gnome-cpufreq-applet-0.1.3.tar.gz

GNOME CPUFreq Applet is currently being packaged as part of Debian Unstable

http://packages.debian.org/unstable/gnome/gnome-cpufreq-applet.html
Other Binaries
http://linups.org/~kal/gnome-cpufreq-applet/

Screeshots
http://linups.org/~kal/gnome-cpufreq-applet/shots/

Bugs can be reported to
carlosgc gnome org

Suggestions, patches, comments, etc can be sent to carlosgc gnome org

GNOME Software Map entry

http://www.gnome.org/softwaremap/projects/cpufreq-applet


MlView 0.6.3

Hi all,

MlView 0.6.3 is out.

This release adds tons of bug fixes, a lot of polishing and also some internal architecture enhancements to prepare the future.
It's also the first version of MlView that is 100% gtk+2 based.

Here are the release notes:

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MlView is a generic XML editor for GNOME that provides a tree oriented XML editing view and supports edition with or without DTD based validation.

Enhancements since 0.6.2 :

  • Updated translations:
    no [Kjartan Maraas]
    hr [Robert Sedak]
    en_GB [Gareth Owen]
    en_CA [Adam Weinberger]
    de [Daniel Holbach]
  • Added read/write support for DOCTYPE and entities declaration nodes [Dodji Seketeli]
  • new entity refs icon [Baptiste Mille-Mathias]
  • use glade/libglade instead of GnomeApp & co [Dodji Seketeli]
  • Put the "multi-type-of-editing-views" architecture in place [Dodji Seketeli, Stephane Bonhomme]
  • right click based editing [Dodji Seketeli]
  • delete attributes by hiting the 'del' key in the node editing widget [Sebastien Bacher]
  • added the --dtd|-d command line option [Luuk de Waard]
  • Set a default icon for all windows [Dodji Seketeli]
  • Deactivate some menuitems depending on the context [Dodji Seketeli]
  • Port our SAX plumbing over the new libxml2 2.6.x SAX2 without breaking it on previous versions [Dodji Seketeli]
  • Force the use of libxml2 2.6.6 or higher [Dodji Seketeli]
  • Allow element node name completion in the contextual menu [Nicolas Centa]

Fixes since 0.6.2 :

#130036: better utf8 based interaction with gtk+ [Dodji Seketeli]

#130027: better node type picker behaviour [Dodji Seketeli]

#130089: xslt dialog crash [Paolo Borelli]

#132034: better add node dialog usability [Nicolas Centa]

#130184: cancel on exit dialog [Sebastien Bacher]

#135780,#139162,#141533,#141578: fix a bad random crash that becomes systematic on gnome 2.6 [Dodji Seketeli]

#135429: proper install of gconf schema file [Julio M. Merino Vidal]

Replace AM_PROG_LIBTOOL with AC_PROG_LIBTOOL [Dodji Seketeli]

#141664: validation fix [Dodji Seketeli]

#130251: avoid having two root element nodes in the same document [Dodji Seketeli]

#132756: avoid having two attributes with the same name on the same element node [Dodji Seketeli]

#141894: better synchronization between node editing widget and tree editing widget [Dodji Seketeli]

#141992: better memory management in the document object model [Dodji Seketeli]

#142152: fix crash in 'find node' [Dodji Seketeli]


Downloads:

tarball : http://www.mlview.org/downloads/mlview-0.6.3.tar.gz
mailing list: mlview-list@gnome.org
Home Page: http://www.mlview.org
Screenshots: http://www.mlview.org/screenshots

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Regards,

Dodji.