Commit bacba399 authored by Jeremy Bicha's avatar Jeremy Bicha

New upstream version 3.9.90

parents 0d4ba277 78262310
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SUBDIRS = data help po src
EXTRA_DIST = COPYING.docs
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GNOME System Log 3.9.90 - 20th August 2013
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- Port to GtkRevealer (Yosef Or Boczko)
- Use header bar as titlebar (Yosef Or Boczko)
- Drop deprecated GtkStock (Yosef Or Boczko)
GNOME System Log 3.9.3 - 17th June 2013
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- Use a more modern style for the findbar
- Add simple commandline parsing options
- Port to GtkHeaderBar
GNOME System Log 3.8.1 - 15th April 2013
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- Use locale collation rules to sort logs in the sidebar
- Fix a crash when quickly closing log files in succession
- Require GTK 3.8 (Jeremy Bicha)
GNOME System Log 3.8.0 - 25th March 2013
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- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.7.90 - 18th February 2013
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- Use GdRevealer for sliding the find bar (Carl-Anton Ingmarsson)
- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.6.1 - 12th November 2012
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- Use F10 keybinding to activate the gear menu
- Add accelerator labels for actions in the gear menu
- Fix missing help screenshot (Jeremy Bicha)
- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.6.0 - 24th September 2012
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- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.5.92 - 17th September 2012
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- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.5.91 - 4th September 2012
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- Use the libgd submodule for GdMainToolbar
- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.5.90 - 20th August 2012
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- Port to new documentation infrastructure (Javier Jardon)
- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.5.4 - 16th July 2012
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- Rewrite the UI chrome of the application to the GNOME 3 style:
* Add an application menu
* Port to GMenuModel
* Replace the statusbar with a toolbar
* Replace the menubar with a gear menu
- Fix restoring the last open log at startup (Sebastien Bacher)
- Remove stored logs that fail to load from preferences
- Fix monospace font not working with GTK master
- Use GResource for builtin data files
- Define _XOPEN_SOURCE_EXTENDED for OpenBSD (Antoine Jacoutot)
GNOME System Log 3.4.0 - 26th March 2012
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- Fix crash during initial setup (Matthias Clasen)
- Fix crash when storing array of saved log files (Matthias Clasen)
- Ensure GPL v2+ is mentioned in all license headers
- Translation updates
GNOME System Log 3.3.92 - 19th March 2012
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- Insert UTF-8 converted data into the text buffer
- Fix missing title for the add/edit filter dialog
- Fix unused variables warnings
GNOME System Log 3.3.1 - 25th October 2011
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- First unstable release of the 3.3 cycle
- First standalone release after the GNOME Utilities module split
gnome-system-log rewrite TODO:
- multiple versions of the log
- PolicyKit integration
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