The latest development release of GNOME is here: GNOME 2.15.90,
a.k.a. GNOME 2.16 Beta 1! 2.16 is rapidly approaching and it is
time to start your heavy testing. Come and see all the new
features, the cool new API, the bug fixing, the new translations
and all the updated documentation brought to you by the wonderful
team of GNOME contributors!
With this release, we have a slew of new freezes that we just
hit. Developer API/ABI should be frozen at this point with all new
APIs documented, no UI changes may be made without approval from
the release-team and notification to the GDP, and no new features
without approval from the release-team. We also remain in the
string change announcement period--all string changes must be
announced to both the gnome-doc-list and gnome-i18n lists. New
modules are supposed to be chosen... but that hasn't quite happened
yet; expect an email or two before the end of the week.
Specifies -Werror in its makefiles but doesn't build without
warnings. If this affects you, apply the
libxklavier-2.91-fix-build-with-gnu-libiconv.patch from http://download.gnome.org/teams/releng/2.15.90/
(note that the patch name mentions the reason I need it, but it
could be needed for other reasons, e.g. a new version of gcc).
These modules allow the user to specify a prefix to install them
into when building, but ignore the specified prefix and look for
important files in /usr and /usr/local, among other things. See
for hints on how to work around this.
The notes that describe the changes between 2.15.4 and 2.15.90
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