Since version 2.17.5 of Deskbar-Applet, support for new-stuff-manager is included. So you won't need the patch from the git repository anymore. Furthermore, I updated the git repository to include the C# sources and Deskbar-Applet's .conf file that is needed to run it with new-stuff-manager support.
Wow! I'm quite in a rush lately.
So there's is again a new version that includes the following changes:
- The author element will now be stored directly in an serializable dictionary
- Changed directory structure. new-stuff-manager sources moved to src/
- Added: Create $(datadir)/new-stuff-manager/specs on install
- Removed cachedir variable, changed the way how directories are expanded and added configuration summary
- Supplying a a plugin id that isn't in the repository doesn't throw an exception anymore. Instead, it's just ignored
- Installation is aborted, if checksum or signature is invalid
- Added API documentation
You can download it at www.k-d-w.org/clipboard/new-stuff-manager-0.2.1.tar.gz
As I mentioned in my previous post I completely re-written NewStuffManager in C#.
This version supports everything the Python version 0.1 does and additionally caches the repository's XML file.
It's been a long time since my last post. But I have good news for you.
I reimplemented NewStuffManager in Mono.
Download the beta at www.k-d-w.org/clipboard/NewStuffManager/new-stuff-manager-0.2beta.tar.gz
Today I released the first public version of NewStuffManager. It didn't changed a lot except that I added i18n to the Python files, but not to the repository's XML file, yet.
This release only contains NewStuffManager and no patches for applications (currently only deskbar-applet). The patches are available at the Git repository
You can download the release from www.k-d-w.org/clipboard/NewStuffManager/new-stuff-manager-0.1.0.tar.gz
I'm very happy to announce the Grand Opening of my personal homepage.
I'm a GNOME developer, especially for Deskbar-Applet. The newest project I'm maintaining is NewStuffManager.
In the future I'm going to report about my projects here.