Gtk2-Perl is the collective name for a set of Perl bindings for
GTK+ 2.x and various related libraries. These modules make it easy
to write GTK+ and GNOME applications using a natural, Perlish,
Metacity is a simple window manager that integrates nicely with
GNOME 2. 2.8.4 is an unstable release of metacity.
What's changed ?
This release features a number of bug fixes, and also the
disabling of the focus-stealing-prevention code (hard code freeze
for Gnome is supposed to be tomorrow, so it's too late to fix the
remaining issues; especially since it requires several patches to
modules other than Metacity).
Thanks to Havoc Pennington, Soeren Sandmann, Elijah Newren, and
Rich Wareham for fixes in this release.
track the last_xor_rect, for wireframe painting (Havoc)
Move wireframe code before grab is released to prevent endless
loops with fullscreen windows. (Soeren)
Make dialogs that Metacity shows follow
focus-stealing-prevention conventions. (Elijah; part of #149028,
though the code is effectively a slow no-op at this time with
focus-stealing-prevention having now been disabled)
add render extension check to the display, don't build the
compositing manager by default, use an ARGB visual when available
for the window frame (Rich Wareham; various tweaks added later by
move the have_xrender variable initialization up in the file
since it can be set as part of composite check (Havoc)
make argb stuff compile, add some code from xcompmgr
fix an assertion failure that would occur after increasing the
number of workspaces; fix stacking order when a window is denied
focus (Elijah; #150615)
disable some compositor code that wasn't working, don't grab
the server during repaint, various set_background fixes and
P.S. Apparently people in the past have thought I was the
maintainer when I released software. Since releases take a while,
volunteering to make them for the maintainer can reduce their load.
I'm merely trying to help out by doing that. I am not the
GNOME Applets are the little programs you run in your panel.
Just about everyone uses a GNOME Applet or two, the package
includes applets like the battery applet, CPU load applet, weather
applet and mixer applet.
Changes in GNOME-Applets 2.7.3
GNOME 2.8.0 Release Candidate 1
Fix forecasting information for the United Kingdom (Alan
Fix crasher in battstat (Carlos Garnacho Parro)
Change 'dictionary:' macro in mini-commander to use
gnome-dictionary (Davyd Madeley)
fi (Jarkko Ranta, Ilkka Tuohela)
es (Francisco F. Serrador)
sv (Christian Rose)
da (Martin Willemoes Hansen)
ko (Changwoo Ryu)
sr (Danilo =C5=A0egan)
sq (Elian Myftiu)
uk (Maxim Dziumanenko)
ja (Takeshi AIHANA)
nn (Asmund Skjoveland)
zh_CN (Funda Wang)
cs (Miloslav Trmac)
gu (Ankit Patel)
hu (Laszlo Dvornik)
ms (Hasbullah Bin Pit)
pl (GNOME PL Team)
en_CA (Adam Weinberger)
pt (Duarte Loreto)
el (Simos Xenitellis)
id (Mohammad DAMT)
bn (Runa Bhattacharjee)
az (Runa Bhattacharjee)
Thanks to everyone who contributed (especially anyone I forgot
to name). GNOME Applets is now is code freeze until the branch for
2.9. This means that only release critical bugs will be fixed.
Please check for duplicates before filing bugs, but don't simply
assume that someone else has filed it. Translators and documenters
should be aware that they may of course continue working on GNOME
Applets, and are uneffected by the freeze.
"bs" added to ALL_LINGUAS.
"nb" added to ALL_LINGUAS.
Updated translations for:
el, eu, fi, sq, az, bs, tk, pt, uk, da, no, ko, da, pt_BR, bg,
E. Samuel Procópio
Gurban M. Tewekgeli
Martin Willemoes Hansen
gcalctool for GNOME 2.7/8 is in the "gnome-2-8" branch (which was
created on 28th June 2004). This is so that an important new
feature can be debugged in CVS HEAD. If you need to do any string
translations, then don't forget to checkout gcalctool with the
[Although some of the ftp mirrors may take a little while to
Revelation is a password manager for the GNOME 2 desktop,
released under the GNU GPL license. It stores all your accounts and
passwords in a single, secure place, and gives you access to it
through a user-friendly graphical interface.
This release includes the long-awaited support for entry
launchers. A password generater dialog was also added, along with a
search toolbar and an XHTML/CSS exporter. In addition, a couple of
bugs were fixed, and the internal data handling was further
- added entry launchers
- added a search toolbar (disabled by default)
- added a password generator dialog
- added an XHTML/CSS exporter
- unknown errors are reported in a dialog with an error call
- entry descriptions were not set when adding/editing an entry
- changed the keyboard shortcuts for add, edit and update entry to
use the control modifier key, to avoid overriding other use of the
keys. the old keyboard shortcuts can still be used when the tree
- created subclasses of Entry class for the various entry types
- created subclasses of Field class for the various field types
- added config_get() and config_connect() convenience functions
This release is ready for the code-freeze. It contains only
bug-fixes. One more release with documentation updates and any
emergency bug-fixes can be expected before 2.8.0.
Remember that your favorite themes may have been moved to the
gnome-games-extra-data package. This is still at version 2.7.0, so
if you obtained it for the 2.7.7 gnome-games release you do not
have to download it again (for details see the 2.7.7 release notes
Right click now works after window enlargement.
The translation of the game-specific help menu item is
--variation (and the freecell desktop file) now works for
Documentation for one and two-suit spider.
The payout for winning with a blackjack is now documented.
The SVG chip images have been cleaned up and should work with
most versions of librsvg.
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