Kai Willadsen | 18 Sep 23:36 2014

Meld 3.11.4

Meld 3.11.4 has been released, and is now available at:


 * Only apply the auto merge flag to the last comparison started (Kai
 * Fix install layout issues on Debian-based systems (Kai Willadsen)
 * Fix "Open External" for files on Windows (Kai Willadsen)
 * Record installation directory and executable location on Windows (Kai
 * Revert to using latin1 as a fallback encoding; this will be reverted in
   the next unstable series (Kai Willadsen)


 * Andika Triwidada (id)
 * Daniel Mustieles (es)
 * fr33domlover (he)
 * Jiri Grönroos (fi)
 * Josef Andersson (sv)
 * Marek Černocký (cs)
 * Piotr Drąg (pl)

What is Meld?

Meld is a visual diff and merge tool. It lets you compare two or three files,
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Jiří Techet | 18 Sep 00:34 2014

[ANNOUNCE] libchamplain 0.12.9

Hi all,

here's a new release of libchamplain with the following changes:

* For privacy reasons use https instead of http in map sources
  that support it (Jiří Techet)
* Fixed leaked idle function in ChamplainPathLayer and ChamplainScale
  (Damián Nohales, Jiří Techet)
* Don't deselect all markers when a marker got deselected (Damián Nohales)
* Various minor fixes and compilation warning removal (Jiří Techet)

As usual, the tarballs are available at



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Philip Withnall | 18 Sep 02:08 2014

libgdata 0.16.0 released

libgdata 0.16.0 is now available from:


2d8b6d72fa60fd6f6d8fd0078347ff897400993aac8b06bae9daaf90849d7d44  libgdata-0.16.0.news
e360b182913e88ab17da44ccf7e0f138ddea77afe8a301c942814fc128689c1a  libgdata-0.16.0.changes
66bc279ff8fbebb8eb2602d33e37e3140747ba1e4dc1f1b944c0f312f00ab479  libgdata-0.16.0.tar.xz

libgdata uses a traditional even–odd/stable–unstable
versioning scheme, making this the first in the stable 0.16.x series.

This is the first release with API stability for the 0.16.x series, and
is designed to be used with GNOME 3.14. New development will continue
on the 0.17.x series, which may break API.

This release contains various minor fixes and a bit of API polish. It
includes a basic test suite for the Tasks service.

This is the “When the Wild Wind Blows” release.

About libgdata

libgdata is a GLib-based library for accessing online service APIs using
the GData protocol — most notably, Google's services. It provides APIs
to access the common Google services, and has full asynchronous support.

Overview of changes from libgdata 0.15.2 to libgdata 0.16.0

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Emmanuele Bassi | 17 Sep 16:09 2014

ANNOUNCE: Clutter 1.19.10 (snapshot)

Good news, everyone!

A new Clutter snapshot is now available at:


SHA256 Checksum:


Additionally, a git clone of the source tree:
  git clone git://git.gnome.org/clutter

will include a signed 1.19.10 tag which points to a commit named:

which can be verified with:
  git verify-tag 1.19.10

and can be checked out with a command such as:
  git checkout -b build 1.19.10

Clutter is a library for creating compelling, dynamic and portable graphical
user interfaces. Clutter is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser
General Public License, version 2.1 or (at your option) later.

Clutter depends on:
  GLib ≥ 2.37.3
  JSON-GLib ≥ 0.12.0
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Maciej Piechotka | 16 Sep 09:41 2014

[ANNOUNCE] Libgee 0.15.92 - GObject collection library

We are very pleased to announce version 0.15.90 of Libgee, the GObject 
collection library.

Libgee 0.15.92 is now available for download at:

Also please note that now Libgee has its own mailing-list
and its own #gee IRC channel.

New in 0.15.92
  * Improved documentation

Libgee is a collection library providing GObject-based interfaces and 
classes for commonly used data structures.

Libgee provides the following interfaces:

     * Traversable
           o Iterable
                 + Collection
                       # List
                             * BidirList
                       # Set
                             * SortedSet
                                 o BidirSortedSet
                       # MultiSet
                       # Queue
                             * Deque
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Javier Hernández Antúnez | 16 Sep 00:26 2014

ANNOUNCE: Accerciser v3.13.92 released

We're happy to announce Accerciser v3.13.92

What is Accerciser?
Accerciser is an interactive Python accessibility explorer for the 
GNOME desktop.
It uses AT-SPI2 to inspect and control widgets, allowing you to check
if an application is providing correct information to assistive
technologies and automated test frameworks. Accerciser has a simple
plugin framework which you can use to create custom views of
accessibility information.

You can read more about Accerciser at https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Accerciser

What's New
- doap: update URLs
- doap: category apps
- doap: add <programming-language>
- Mark images as not translatable to keep them off translators radar
- Addressing some PyGObject initializer deprecations
- Adding transient windows for bookmarks dialogs

Contributors: Piotr Drąg, Gabor Kelemen, Olav Vitters, Javier Hernández

New And Updated Translations
- Tom Tryfonidis (el)
- Daniel Mustieles (es)
- Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio (eu)
- Anders Jonsson (sv)
- Alexandre Franke (fr)

Where can I get it ?
You can obtain Accerciser v3.13.92 in source code form at the following
sha256sum: 2cdaf442f5f89ff1b6563da854135c9444c2064ca3e8eb255d611e3a267cb61b

Javier Hernández Antúnez
<jhernandez <at> emerga.com>
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Debarshi Ray | 17 Sep 20:59 2014

GNOME Photos 3.13.92 released

Photos is an application to access, organize and share your photos on GNOME.

Overview of changes in 3.13.92

* Bugs fixed:
 731865 Make it easier to support new sources
 734762 Drop some deprecated baggage
 735746 Guard against failure to resolve IDs
 736186 help: favorites are now marked using a star icon, not a heart icon

* Updated translations:

Bugs: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=gnome-photos
Design: https://live.gnome.org/Design/Apps/Photos
Download: http://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-photos/3.13/
Git: http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-photos
Website: https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Photos

Happy hacking,


It has its possibilities but I am bound by my limitations.  -- Vivek Shah
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Phillip Wood | 17 Sep 15:29 2014

Sound Juicer 3.13.92 released

Sound Juicer 3.13.92, a CD ripper for GNOME has been released. With this
release Gtk 3.4, GLib 2.38, GStreamer 1.0 and iso-codes are required.

This release contains a couple of internal changes and some updated
translations since 3.13.91

Sound juicer can be downloaded from

The sha256 checksum is

Changes since 3.13.91:

* Internal clean-ups (Phillip Wood)
* Translations
        - Indonesian (Andika Triwidada)

Changes between 3.12.0 and 3.13.91:

* Use g_file_make_directory_with_parents() (Christophe Fergeau)
* Use gtk_application_inhibit() (Phillip Wood)
* Improve track editing (Phillip Wood)
* Support multiple composers and arrangers (Phillip Wood)
* Don't retrieve metadata twice at start up (Phillip Wood)
* Fix setting of Music folder in preferences dialog (Phillip Wood)
* Fix translatable string (Amulya Kumar Sahoo)
* Fix memory leaks (Christophe Fergeau & Phillip Wood)
* Move submit infobar to ui file (Phillip Wood)
* Translation updates
        - Czech (Marek Černocký)
        - French (Christophe Fergeau)
        - Greek (Tom Tryfonidis)
        - Hungarian (Balázs Úr)
        - Polish (Piotr Drąg)
        - Spanish (Daniel Mustieles)


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Florian Müllner | 17 Sep 08:20 2014

GNOME Shell 3.13.92

About GNOME Shell

GNOME Shell provides core user interface functions for the GNOME 3
desktop, like switching to windows and launching applications. GNOME
Shell takes advantage of the capabilities of modern graphics hardware
and introduces innovative user interface concepts to provide a
visually attractive and easy to use experience.

Tarball releases are provided largely for distributions to build
packages. If you are interested in building GNOME Shell from source,
we would recommend building from version control using the build
script described at:


Not only will that give you the very latest version of this rapidly
changing project, it will be much easier than get GNOME Shell and its
dependencies to build from tarballs.


* Fix submenu arrow animations [Hashem; #728927]
* Always initialize clutter accessibility [Alejandro; #735908]
* Adapt to mutter background changes [Owen; #735638]
* Improve handling of outOfDate extensions in prefs [Florian; #736185]
* Port offline updates to PackageKit's DBus interface [Kalev; #736337]
* location: Translate accuracy levels for geoclue [Zeeshan; #736479]
* Implement input source switching [Rui; #736435]
* Fix crash when dragging window from workspace switcher [Carlos G.; #735972]
* Clean out list of default favorites [Elad; #735682]
* Add settings link to location submenu [Florian; #736542]
* Fix keynav of message tray menu button [Florian; #707799]
* Misc. bug fixes [Carlos G., Florian, Rui; #736110, #736329, #736343,
  #735927, #735976]

  Elad Alfassa, Zeeshan Ali (Khattak), Michael Catanzaro, Adel Gadllah,
  Carlos Garnacho, Kalev Lember, Rui Matos, Florian Müllner, Hashem Nasarat,
  Alejandro Piñeiro, Carlos Soriano, Jasper St. Pierre, Owen W. Taylor

  Piotr Drąg [pl], Changwoo Ryu [ko], Yuri Myasoedov [ru], Zhou Fang [ja],
  Peter Mráz [sk], Ville-Pekka Vainio [fi], Sweta Kothari [gu],
  Marek Černocký [cs], A S Alam [pa], Christian Kirbach [de],
  Alexandre Franke [fr], Aurimas Černius [lt], Khaled Hosny [ar],
  Enrico Nicoletto [pt_BR], Andika Triwidada [id], Shantha kumar [ta],
  Matej Urbančič [sl], Pawan Chitrakar [ne], Yosef Or Boczko [he],
  Balázs Úr [hu], Dušan Kazik [sk], Gil Forcada [ca],
  Carles Ferrando [ca <at> valencia], Nilamdyuti Goswami [as], Ivaylo Valkov [bg],
  Sandeep Sheshrao Shedmake [mr], Umarzuki Bin Mochlis Moktar [ms],
  Muhammet Kara [tr], Jiro Matsuzawa [ja], Kris Thomsen [da],
  Mattias Eriksson [sv]

  sha256sum: bddc2b51584713eaf0ffdef32be8ab0f52825585d62f7dc6d83b739b2c9fb132
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Florian Müllner | 17 Sep 08:19 2014

Polari 3.13.92

About Polari

Polari is a simple IRC Client that is designed to integrate seamlessly
with GNOME 3


* Provide some xchat-gnome compatibility shortcuts [Florian; #710053]
* Adjust to GTK+/Adwaita changes

  Florian Müllner, Yosef Or Boczko

  ngoswami [as], Cheng-Chia Tseng [zh_TW], Kjartan Maraas [nb],
  Marek Černocký [cs], Andika Triwidada [id], Fran Diéguez [gl],
  Changwoo Ryu [ko], Gil Forcada [ca], Carles Ferrando [ca <at> valencia],
  Piotr Drąg [pl], Yuri Myasoedov [ru], Ville-Pekka Vainio [fi],
  Guillaume Bernard [fr], Balázs Úr [hu]

https://download.gnome.org/sources/polari/3.13/polari-3.13.92.tar.xz (411K)
  sha256sum: 39fe6223acf9cf073fb37c2b66161b472f767cd3072eda5500b34cc9eb1155cc
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Florian Müllner | 17 Sep 08:18 2014

Mutter 3.13.92

About mutter

Mutter is a window and compositing manager that displays and manages
your desktop via OpenGL. Mutter combines a sophisticated display
engine using the Clutter toolkit with solid window-management logic
inherited from the Metacity window manager.

While Mutter can be used stand-alone, it is primarily intended to be
used as the display core of a larger system such as GNOME Shell. For
this reason, Mutter is very extensible via plugins, which are used
both to add fancy visual effects and to rework the window management
behaviors to meet the needs of the environment.


* Rewrite background code [Owen; #735637, #736568]
* Fix size in nested mode [Owen; #736279]
* Fix destroy animation of background windows [Florian; #735927]
* Wire keymap changes up to the wayland frontend [Rui; #736433]
* Add a test framework and stacking tests [Owen; #736505]
* Simplify handling of the merged X and wayland stack [Owen; #736559]
* Fix cursor size on HiDPI [Adel; #729337]
* Misc. bug fixes [Owen; #735632, #736589, #736694]

  Adel Gadllah, Rui Matos, Florian Müllner, Jasper St. Pierre, Owen W. Taylor

  Andika Triwidada [id], Piotr Drąg [pl], Changwoo Ryu [ko],
  Kjartan Maraas [nb], Ville-Pekka Vainio [fi], Yuri Myasoedov [ru],
  Aurimas Černius [lt], Balázs Úr [hu], Sweta Kothari [gu], A S Alam [pa],
  Sandeep Sheshrao Shedmake [mr], Shantha kumar [ta], Gil Forcada [ca],
  Carles Ferrando [ca <at> valencia], Mattias Eriksson [sv]

https://download.gnome.org/sources/mutter/3.13/mutter-3.13.92.tar.xz (1.53M)
  sha256sum: a14d1880821473bbfaa520770ccce3eafada90bb060672fdfa5dc6a0911959c1
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