Commit 74f4886e authored by Mike Gabriel's avatar Mike Gabriel

Import Upstream version 0.4

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Alessio Garzi <gun101@email.it>
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2014-06-15 Alessio Garzi <gun101@email.it>
* src/COPYING : Changed with correct license
2014-06-15 Alessio Garzi <gun101@email.it>
* src/guake-indicator-notify.h : Changed notification icon
* src/guake-indicator.c : Check if fopen() fails while opening /proc/#pid#/comm
* src/guake-indicator-read-json.c : Fixed memory leaks within read_json_cfg_file() function
* src/guake-indicator-write-json.c : Added write json configuration file capabilities
* src/guake-indicator-write-json.h : Added write json configuration file capabilities
* src/Makefile.am : Added guake-indicator-write-json.c and guake-indicator-write-json.h to guake_indicator_CPPFLAGS
* src/guake-indicator-read-json.c : Added dont_show_guake option
* src/guake-indicator.h : Added dont_show_guake option
* src/guake-indicator.c : Added dont_show_guake option
* src/guake-indicator.c : Do now write bin/bash if command_after_login is empty
* src/guake-indicator-new-entry.c : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator-new-entry.h : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator-new-group.c : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator-new-group.h : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator-delete-entry.group.c : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator-delete-entry-group.h : New file for configuration file management
* src/guake-indicator.h : Added error_modal_box() prototype
* src/guake-indicator.h : Added reload prototype (it was mispelled)
2014-05-06 Alessio Garzi <gun101@email.it>
* src/Makefile.am : Ereased unnecessary libraries
* src/guake-indicator-read-json.c : Removed extra parameter on
fprintf inside createdefaultfilecfg() function
* src/guake-indicator.h : Added x_forwarded in Host struct to
support X FORWARDING
* src/guake-indicator-read-json.c : Added support for x_forwarding
* src/guake-indicator.c : Added support for x_forwarding
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[Desktop Entry]
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