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2 commit 246a46e6f240915c7ba58c455f8d45ea59cebb2e
3 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
4 Date: Mon Mar 25 22:31:16 2013 -0400
5
6 3.8.0
7
8 M NEWS
9 M configure.ac
10
11 commit 0a37bcb06b0094a677178bd9777758cc16441274
12 Author: Ani Peter <apeter@redhat.com>
13 Date: Mon Mar 25 19:19:17 2013 +0530
14
15 Completed for Malayalam
16
17 M po/ml.po
18
19 commit e28da785eccf196ef0b987b1f4dbe74a5102aff5
20 Author: Krishnababu Krothapalli <kkrothap@redhat.com>
21 Date: Mon Mar 25 15:49:39 2013 +0530
22
23 Updated Telugu Translations
24
25 M po/te.po
26
27 commit 4343c5db75e0b306b835212a98b3edee8ea66db5
28 Author: Reşat SABIQ <tilde.birlik@gmail.com>
29 Date: Sun Mar 24 13:26:35 2013 -0500
30
31 Minor update for Crimean Tatar/Turkish translation
32
33 M po/crh.po
34
35 commit 292ecdb7084cd52c5c8016c2e4b25a78f1debdef
36 Author: Reşat SABIQ <tilde.birlik@gmail.com>
37 Date: Sun Mar 24 13:24:38 2013 -0500
38
39 Updated Crimean Tatar (Crimean Turkish) translation
40
41 M po/crh.po
42
43 commit 47378bcc11d754c3490c7ce06b6a258b8c8afa8c
44 Author: Jiro Matsuzawa <jmatsuzawa@gnome.org>
45 Date: Mon Mar 25 02:30:49 2013 +0900
46
47 l10n: Update Japanese translation
48
49 M po/ja.po
50
51 commit 5e5b387cfd590cd028df6dc323a547e66c76c23b
52 Author: Wouter Bolsterlee <uws@xs4all.nl>
53 Date: Sat Mar 23 23:39:30 2013 +0100
54
55 Updated Dutch translation
56
57 M po/nl.po
58
59 commit 5a6cb52314c39f577ff6faaa6e94bb9620d96f00
60 Author: Daniel Korostil <ted.korostiled@gmail.com>
61 Date: Sat Mar 23 12:42:16 2013 +0200
62
63 Uploaded Ukranian
64
65 M po/uk.po
66
67 commit 370d50f85550cd5e2398198f7148e52c69e2d38f
68 Author: Shantha kumar <shkumar@redhat.com>
69 Date: Fri Mar 22 15:45:10 2013 +0530
70
71 Tamil Translations Updated
72
73 M po/ta.po
74
75 commit 8770020280a690de1f047aa55d360968d187f94b
76 Author: Rajesh Ranjan <rranjan@redhat.com>
77 Date: Fri Mar 22 12:40:18 2013 +0530
78
79 hindi translation
80
81 M po/hi.po
82
83 commit c03b16747e734de180c3dfd678f9657f1f5f163d
84 Author: Sandeep Sheshrao Shedmake <sshedmak@redhat.com>
85 Date: Thu Mar 21 18:46:00 2013 +0530
86
87 Updated Marathi Translations
88
89 M po/mr.po
90
91 commit 5c50a43768e2eff9f68f94b3a1207b0c1d8cd905
92 Author: ManojKumar Giri <mgiri@redhat.com>
93 Date: Wed Mar 20 18:04:23 2013 +0530
94
95 Updated Odia Translation.
96
97 M po/or.po
98
99 commit fb40f7702b8d443e5c6a4983da133b1eafad300c
100 Author: Danial Behzadi <dani.behzi@gmail.com>
101 Date: Wed Mar 20 09:26:27 2013 +0330
102
103 l10n: Updated Persian translation
104
105 M po/fa.po
106
107 commit 107172dc7b4c8b7936113d74f3c53fe53b24bdeb
108 Author: Victor Ibragimov <victor.ibragimov@gmail.com>
109 Date: Tue Mar 19 20:40:30 2013 +0100
110
111 [l10n] Added Tadjik translation
112
113 M po/LINGUAS
114 A po/tg.po
115
116 commit c573fa0e08616a908e6f1c335641ec6c1b9105f4
117 Author: Shankar Prasad <svenkate@redhat.com>
118 Date: Mon Mar 18 16:02:23 2013 +0530
119
120 Updated kn translations
121
122 M po/kn.po
123
124 commit e26a4cd263ffc78db3104a9aca6e85034d48a67b
125 Author: Marek Černocký <marek@manet.cz>
126 Date: Sun Mar 17 22:46:15 2013 +0100
127
128 Updated Czech translation
129
130 M po/cs.po
131
132 commit 3fa134531fa6a7f1ed2ac4b572ea455a55eb1dd4
133 Author: Carles Ferrando <carles.ferrando@gmail.com>
134 Date: Sun Mar 17 19:51:46 2013 +0100
135
136 [l10n] Updated Catalan (Valencian) translation
137
138 M po/ca@valencia.po
139
140 commit 94a7ab3216a5d64c38272f616a20715ea6028b5f
141 Author: Ask H. Larsen <asklarsen@gmail.com>
142 Date: Sun Mar 17 14:44:39 2013 +0100
143
144 Updated Danish translation
145
146 M po/da.po
147
148 commit f4adf5966ff0a6ebc86cdad7b22126dd88859804
149 Author: Ihar Hrachyshka <ihar.hrachyshka@gmail.com>
150 Date: Sun Mar 17 16:24:34 2013 +0300
151
152 Updated Belarusian translation.
153
154 M po/be.po
155
156 commit b717f6e4f5d9a792f441f626bb769ec150e4bdd9
157 Author: Changwoo Ryu <cwryu@debian.org>
158 Date: Sat Mar 16 22:26:34 2013 +0900
159
160 Updated Korean translation
161
162 M po/ko.po
163
164 commit 8da5f3028860bfa6f5d8b38f6071285b501bb800
165 Author: Balázs Úr <urbalazs@src.gnome.org>
166 Date: Thu Mar 14 22:14:33 2013 +0100
167
168 Updated Hungarian translation
169
170 M po/hu.po
171
172 commit ca3a6029128122ee4f4b4b991686529174f25d02
173 Author: Duarte Loreto <happyguy_pt@hotmail.com>
174 Date: Tue Mar 12 13:05:37 2013 +0000
175
176 Updated Portuguese translation and converted to New Spelling (Novo AO)
177
178 M po/pt.po
179
180 commit 758c22ec25528869dc96a3a77b76f378e4339d1e
181 Author: Gil Forcada <gforcada@gnome.org>
182 Date: Mon Mar 11 23:01:17 2013 +0100
183
184 [l10n] Updated Catalan translation
185
186 M po/ca.po
187
188 commit ed0dbd6eba3bcff96ce03dc7ba03c1d632e9e14d
189 Author: Mattias Põldaru <mahfiaz@gmail.com>
190 Date: Mon Mar 11 15:31:45 2013 +0200
191
192 [l10n] Updated Estonian translation
193
194 M po/et.po
195
196 commit 2be1f73f29a753a243f8dfcdf540916c8c9f20ad
197 Author: Andika Triwidada <andika@gmail.com>
198 Date: Mon Mar 11 12:39:01 2013 +0700
199
200 Updated Indonesian translation
201
202 M po/id.po
203
204 commit 8d0d9190809b44cdd94ae293d47df2abc4b1fe8d
205 Author: Khaled Hosny <khaledhosny@eglug.org>
206 Date: Sun Mar 10 00:06:18 2013 +0200
207
208 Update Arabic translation
209
210 M po/ar.po
211
212 commit a6c9fb7eaa9c3df19dbe6d555795f563fcdfa7c8
213 Author: Baurzhan Muftakhidinov <baurthefirst@gmail.com>
214 Date: Sat Mar 9 21:28:34 2013 +0600
215
216 Updated Kazakh translation.
217
218 M po/kk.po
219
220 commit eebcb71254cc92334da975505e07446d1a00bf09
221 Author: Ville-Pekka Vainio <vpvainio@iki.fi>
222 Date: Thu Mar 7 20:57:21 2013 +0200
223
224 Finnish translation update by Jiri Grönroos
225
226 M po/fi.po
227
228 commit 47aec8856134fb8960679260a92c499578228b26
229 Author: Rafael Ferreira <rafael.f.f1@gmail.com>
230 Date: Tue Mar 5 10:16:37 2013 -0300
231
232 Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation
233
234 M po/pt_BR.po
235
236 commit e63b9b880787e06c945a525048a7a7d92f8e19c8
237 Author: Nilamdyuti Goswami <ngoswami@redhat.com>
238 Date: Tue Mar 5 15:34:11 2013 +0530
239
240 Assamese translation updated for gnome 3.8
241
242 M po/as.po
243
244 commit 192c6566cc281c52a2ca438da965da32c5e752f2
245 Author: Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio <dooteo@zundan.com>
246 Date: Mon Mar 4 23:08:53 2013 +0100
247
248 Updated Basque language
249
250 M po/eu.po
251
252 commit 0f929355820faafef8712b17be906e834c3c97cc
253 Author: Jeremy Bicha <jbicha@ubuntu.com>
254 Date: Sun Mar 3 01:49:02 2013 -0500
255
256 sundry: Add Power Statistics & Personal File Sharing
257
258 These seem to sort of duplicate what we have in Settings.
259 Perhaps the extra graphs and info from Power Statistics should find
260 a new home in System Monitor?
261
262 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=695047
263
264 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
265
266 commit af5d71c573cda0e3527ea935516454dc3cd35e28
267 Author: William Jon McCann <william.jon.mccann@gmail.com>
268 Date: Sun Mar 3 15:33:51 2013 -0500
269
270 Revert "Remove the special casing for Fedora desktop vendor renames"
271
272 This reverts commit 5cc05790a308bbf7a5905254e377d3ca47df603b.
273
274 We should really wait a bit before pushing this so the changes have
275 time to propagate.
276
277 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
278
279 commit a5382598d7f982e49b6267869db69ac7cf562b26
280 Author: William Jon McCann <william.jon.mccann@gmail.com>
281 Date: Sun Mar 3 15:19:45 2013 -0500
282
283 layout: put im-chooser into Sundry
284
285 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
286
287 commit 28ab24749488986519a21a51ca8060e5d9002256
288 Author: Benjamin Steinwender <b@stbe.at>
289 Date: Sun Mar 3 19:52:08 2013 +0100
290
291 [l10n] Updated German translation
292
293 M po/de.po
294
295 commit 6f27ae37ae12ee34b15479bb2a76d8a83ad5be81
296 Author: Luca Ferretti <lferrett@gnome.org>
297 Date: Sun Mar 3 01:19:56 2013 +0100
298
299 l10n: Updated Italian translation
300
301 M po/it.po
302
303 commit 5cc05790a308bbf7a5905254e377d3ca47df603b
304 Author: Kalev Lember <kalevlember@gmail.com>
305 Date: Fri Feb 22 13:15:18 2013 +0100
306
307 Remove the special casing for Fedora desktop vendor renames
308
309 The desktop file vendor prefixes are gone from eog.desktop,
310 file-roller.desktop, gucharmap.desktop, and yelp.desktop in Fedora 19+,
311 so we no longer need to special case them in gnome-applications.menu.
312
313 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694444
314
315 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
316
317 commit e85f2419023afef93e25d2058560fc833c22d310
318 Author: Мирослав Николић <miroslavnikolic@rocketmail.com>
319 Date: Fri Mar 1 09:26:42 2013 +0100
320
321 Updated Serbian translation
322
323 M po/sr.po
324 M po/sr@latin.po
325
326 commit aab9d5ed860175bb86063a58a1fb82b3083d3431
327 Author: Chao-Hsiung Liao <j_h_liau@yahoo.com.tw>
328 Date: Wed Feb 27 22:51:08 2013 +0800
329
330 Updated Traditional Chinese translation(Hong Kong and Taiwan)
331
332 M po/zh_HK.po
333 M po/zh_TW.po
334
335 commit 7ba60014ce6bcc74996b519540ad58940ecd7205
336 Author: Sweta Kothari <swkothar@redhat.com>
337 Date: Wed Feb 27 13:58:35 2013 +0530
338
339 Updated gujarati file
340
341 M po/gu.po
342
343 commit 4a4d04d822e226eaf2c13a24a79ec639b620eb8a
344 Author: Pavol Klačanský <pavol@klacansky.com>
345 Date: Mon Feb 25 20:57:24 2013 +0100
346
347 Updated slovak translation
348
349 M po/sk.po
350
351 commit 3b28046273ca53e7a4f2d78f26fad10ea7c06424
352 Author: Kjartan Maraas <kmaraas@gnome.org>
353 Date: Mon Feb 25 19:18:08 2013 +0100
354
355 Updated Norwegian bokmål translation
356
357 M po/nb.po
358
359 commit 7c94f1773354a31f9db1f140bd164f9bb5a2f872
360 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
361 Date: Mon Feb 25 11:13:14 2013 -0500
362
363 configure: Remove AM_PATH_PYTHON
364
365 This was a leftover from removing the simple-editor.
366
367 M configure.ac
368
369 commit fe172ebde5ff50e55784611bc6048ecf56580699
370 Author: Aurimas Černius <aurisc4@gmail.com>
371 Date: Sun Feb 24 21:59:22 2013 +0200
372
373 Updated Lithuanian translation
374
375 M po/lt.po
376
377 commit 4338482231743c5e8bab7dd565e269e3a0cbe2cd
378 Author: Dimitris Spingos <dmtrs32@gmail.com>
379 Date: Sun Feb 24 10:23:11 2013 +0200
380
381 Updated Greek translation
382
383 M po/el.po
384
385 commit 3e5fe2ec16b5683ffdf225f1b2721ac4e4f902c6
386 Author: Matej Urbančič <mateju@svn.gnome.org>
387 Date: Fri Feb 22 22:28:14 2013 +0100
388
389 Updated Slovenian translation
390
391 M po/sl.po
392
393 commit 57b724f42917bcde9cf6b52d885bea4662b18f89
394 Author: A S Alam <aalam@users.sf.net>
395 Date: Fri Feb 22 14:55:42 2013 +0000
396
397 Punjabi: Translation updated (aalam)
398
399 M po/pa.po
400
401 commit 0cfe9c374d664492a77dbda436da5fe3bed7da4c
402 Author: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
403 Date: Fri Feb 22 22:58:01 2013 +0900
404
405 Updated Uyghur translation
406
407 Signed-off-by: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
408
409 M po/ug.po
410
411 commit e1849964ad1a91d2a017f0bcc743bb936c52fb0d
412 Author: Yaron Shahrabani <sh.yaron@gmail.com>
413 Date: Thu Feb 21 19:41:32 2013 +0200
414
415 Updated Hebrew translation.
416
417 M po/he.po
418
419 commit ecc8ace4d8d7603f3f1c182de3ae107c20701302
420 Author: Daniel Mustieles <daniel.mustieles@gmail.com>
421 Date: Thu Feb 21 16:55:32 2013 +0100
422
423 Updated Spanish translation
424
425 M po/es.po
426
427 commit eb5f8823904a79787d0e6057f36fc9d08d44c332
428 Author: Yuri Myasoedov <omerta13@yandex.ru>
429 Date: Thu Feb 21 15:54:56 2013 +0400
430
431 Updated Russian translation
432
433 M po/ru.po
434
435 commit 207fa196dd04124ea3919cc7e66b44be75f982f9
436 Author: Cosimo Cecchi <cosimoc@gnome.org>
437 Date: Wed Feb 20 18:48:01 2013 -0500
438
439 sundry: add more Java stuff
440
441 I get these indecipherable desktop files when I install Eclipse.
442
443 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694324
444
445 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
446
447 commit 31b32c027426007639369832e4d6bb48f4f6c0fc
448 Author: Daniel Martinez <dmartinez@src.gnome.org>
449 Date: Wed Feb 20 23:11:23 2013 +0100
450
451 Updated Aragonese translation
452
453 M po/an.po
454
455 commit 48307035146fb3b1e6fea66f5b73a4bfe001a064
456 Author: Alexandre Franke <alexandre.franke@gmail.com>
457 Date: Wed Feb 20 21:15:02 2013 +0100
458
459 Update French translation
460
461 M po/fr.po
462
463 commit e775ffd58b91ec437c4a17d3fea2f5bc45b2423a
464 Author: Fran Diéguez <fran.dieguez@mabishu.com>
465 Date: Wed Feb 20 10:38:36 2013 +0100
466
467 Updated Galician translations
468
469 M po/gl.po
470
471 commit 96ae298b28c458bfd3f735a6ed8dac5d79b3d0b1
472 Author: Rūdolfs Mazurs <rudolfsm@src.gnome.org>
473 Date: Wed Feb 20 11:33:40 2013 +0200
474
475 Updated Latvian translation
476
477 M po/lv.po
478
479 commit a2f3bacaba079df016cf53b8331fb4e1c77f2eab
480 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
481 Date: Tue Feb 19 18:55:17 2013 -0500
482
483 Post-release version bump
484
485 M configure.ac
486
487 commit 005605f79c8fb7f13542c497ccc1f1fe52907902
488 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
489 Date: Tue Feb 19 18:53:34 2013 -0500
490
491 Release 3.7.90
492
493 M NEWS
494 M configure.ac
495
496 commit 64e189fedf5a04956cb96c54560f54736a012f4b
497 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
498 Date: Tue Feb 19 23:32:28 2013 +0100
499
500 Updated Polish translation
501
502 M po/pl.po
503
504 commit f3c636fbcf38846698c657d6aeb920cdabb0ea17
505 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
506 Date: Tue Feb 19 23:31:14 2013 +0100
507
508 Updated POTFILES.in
509
510 M po/POTFILES.in
511
512 commit ac21fd7730b0c7f84b06468f862592d9666dfac6
513 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
514 Date: Tue Feb 19 12:47:18 2013 +0100
515
516 Add .directory file for Sundry
517
518 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694131
519
520 M desktop-directories/Makefile.am
521 A desktop-directories/X-GNOME-Sundry.directory.in
522 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
523
524 commit 95858c40461f6a2c53e2d4427d0851a08e0181c7
525 Author: Alexandre Franke <alexandre.franke@gmail.com>
526 Date: Tue Feb 19 21:56:15 2013 +0100
527
528 Update French translation
529
530 M po/fr.po
531
532 commit acb41bfe71a4e4717707eb21aef6c2b19b331e76
533 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
534 Date: Tue Feb 19 15:14:48 2013 -0500
535
536 layout: Add some more items to Sundry
537
538 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
539
540 commit 1f4c3b6891637dfd2b8f42bae139166cd0e1fd8e
541 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
542 Date: Tue Feb 19 20:56:29 2013 +0100
543
544 Updated Polish translation
545
546 M po/pl.po
547
548 commit b1f831d2894df2501086f7c4bd523fe0e67f3676
549 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
550 Date: Tue Feb 19 20:44:51 2013 +0100
551
552 Updated POTFILES.in
553
554 M po/POTFILES.in
555
556 commit 36d5d699d7d4193a1b3d84777566466326f78b19
557 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
558 Date: Sun Feb 17 03:40:22 2013 +0100
559
560 layout: Add Sundry category
561
562 Creates a Sundry directory to contain things that either aren't really apps
563 or are scheduled for removal but that are hard to remove at the moment for
564 various reasons. We just need a temporary way to segregate these items so they
565 don't pollute the app view.
566
567 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694131
568
569 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
570
571 commit 8cb236fbf31dee1a533582f1f8ef72b7b96a33e0
572 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
573 Date: Sun Feb 17 02:51:00 2013 +0100
574
575 layout: Account for gcalctool => gnome-calculator name change
576
577 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694131
578
579 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
580
581 commit a06c0348c1a129ffd996e00615d5d6d25b17dcdc
582 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
583 Date: Sun Feb 17 02:25:42 2013 +0100
584
585 layout: Deal with some vendor renames
586
587 The menu spec doesn't offer very specific guidance for how
588 to use vendor prefixes. And it isn't even clear about what
589 a vendor is. Or how it helps avoid collisions with a naming scheme
590 that isn't fully qualified in the first place.
591
592 Longer term we should move to something that uses fully qualified
593 names like the dbus spec. In the meantime we have to deal with
594 "aliases" for app names.
595
596 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694131
597
598 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
599
600 commit e644a541b5bab530fe6649c3b8f212faca46eb66
601 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
602 Date: Sun Feb 17 02:18:51 2013 +0100
603
604 layout: Add a new X-GNOME-Utilities directory
605
606 Rather than using a developer-defined category, this directory
607 contains an explicit whitelist of known-good GNOME tools. This
608 more or less follows the definition set in the GNOME jhbuild
609 moduleset.
610
611 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=694131
612
613 M desktop-directories/Makefile.am
614 A desktop-directories/X-GNOME-Utilities.directory.in
615 M layout/gnome-applications.menu
616
617 commit a5e2e6e4912c2dfcf6559828186063ecd6d09e57
618 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
619 Date: Mon Feb 18 14:36:03 2013 -0500
620
621 desktop-directories: Remove system settings desktop entries
622
623 They're unused by gnome-control-center.
624
625 D desktop-directories/Hardware.directory.in
626 M desktop-directories/Makefile.am
627 D desktop-directories/Personal.directory.in
628 D desktop-directories/System.directory.in
629
630 commit b53758987b4d04bf9c869bfd02c0ec1d252638bf
631 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
632 Date: Fri Feb 15 19:23:22 2013 -0500
633
634 layout: Install as gnome-applications.menu
635
636 gnome-session now sets XDG_MENU_PREFIX by default, so we should
637 install it where applications that use gnome-menus look.
638
639 M layout/Makefile.am
640 R100 layout/applications.menu layout/gnome-applications.menu
641
642 commit cfaa9d460ef9fb502585d0fcdfcf3bb4e25b19aa
643 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
644 Date: Fri Feb 15 17:33:00 2013 -0500
645
646 layout: Put control center apps in the applications menu
647
648 This allows gnome-shell to do app tracking for them. It should
649 not display them, as the desktop directory itself is marked as
650 NoDisplay=true.
651
652 M desktop-directories/Makefile.am
653 A desktop-directories/X-GNOME-SystemSettings.directory.in
654 M layout/applications.menu
655
656 commit a1c6559dcb1f9c9d12d9ebb6bd226a078a02d19a
657 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
658 Date: Fri Feb 15 20:44:48 2013 -0500
659
660 gmenu-tree: Fix error reporting
661
662 No idea why this was here..
663
664 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
665
666 commit 1e12d0f9f309c977702dad1363e56cd9989b7375
667 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
668 Date: Fri Feb 15 20:29:18 2013 -0500
669
670 configure: Have better debugging on by default
671
672 M configure.ac
673
674 commit 589ba554d79366dacf3592b3670459003e45ace4
675 Author: William Jon McCann <jmccann@redhat.com>
676 Date: Fri Sep 28 09:53:22 2012 -0400
677
678 Remove the simple editor
679
680 gnome-menus is a dependency component and we don't really want it
681 to be installing applications as a side effect. There are other
682 better and maintained options for menu editing now anyway.
683
684 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=684900
685
686 M Makefile.am
687 M configure.ac
688 M po/POTFILES.in
689 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/Makefile.am
690 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/__init__.py
691 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/config.py.in
692 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/main.py
693 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/maindialog.py
694 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menufilewriter.py
695 D simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menutreemodel.py
696 D simple-editor/Makefile.am
697 D simple-editor/gmenu-simple-editor.desktop.in
698 D simple-editor/gmenu-simple-editor.in
699 D simple-editor/gmenu-simple-editor.ui
700
701 commit 7d90221e27fcc72de497f45db4f3ef3c2d623fd6
702 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
703 Date: Fri Feb 1 21:46:13 2013 -0500
704
705 Memory leak fixes
706
707 Based on a patch by William Jon McCann <william.jon.mccann@gmail.com>
708
709 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=349695
710
711 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
712 M libmenu/entry-directories.c
713 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
714
715 commit db75a478f53f2619b1d96cd09d3a4f9abe682fc9
716 Author: Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio <dooteo@zundan.com>
717 Date: Wed Jan 30 21:26:01 2013 +0100
718
719 Updated Basque language
720
721 M po/eu.po
722
723 commit 2b4eb5f9db8411e62da6ec8d80ada1895772d05b
724 Author: Nuno Araujo <nuno.araujo@russo79.com>
725 Date: Tue Jan 15 22:36:11 2013 +0100
726
727 Fix the build with automake 1.13
728
729 In Automake 1.13, the long-deprecated macro AM_CONFIG_HEADER (deprecated
730 since 2002) has been removed in favour of AC_CONFIG_HEADERS.
731
732 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=692108
733
734 M configure.ac
735
736 commit 86241e29cd1101fe638a5665b8c52e8d3c84444d
737 Author: Fabio Tomat <f.t.public@gmail.com>
738 Date: Sat Jan 19 02:34:16 2013 +0100
739
740 Updated Friulian translation
741
742 M po/fur.po
743
744 commit 8d161da704766d9f4a42f1213ca4dc6b8d0e7873
745 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
746 Date: Tue Jan 15 07:42:02 2013 -0500
747
748 Bump version
749
750 M configure.ac
751
752 commit d4a11d28df389f00550848a078c40a2438908df5
753 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
754 Date: Tue Jan 15 07:35:47 2013 -0500
755
756 3.6.2
757
758 M NEWS
759
760 commit 234940bf89aa82012c3622674cec151dcf4ff128
761 Author: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
762 Date: Sat Jan 12 14:00:36 2013 +0900
763
764 Updated Uyghur translation
765
766 Signed-off-by: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
767
768 M po/ug.po
769
770 commit 0594875c19b1bf981f1bbde416a1ca440c7caeb5
771 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
772 Date: Mon Jan 7 16:36:24 2013 +0100
773
774 misc: Remove myself from maintainers
775
776 I'm not really doing anything on gnome-menus anymore, and Jasper is
777 happy being the sole maintainer.
778
779 M MAINTAINERS
780 M gnome-menus.doap
781
782 commit 9c1c50146b8d1a92ac556ba0a0ca174426bc6ffa
783 Author: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
784 Date: Fri Jan 4 21:38:40 2013 +0900
785
786 Uyghur translation
787
788 Signed-off-by: Gheyret Kenji <gheyret@gmail.com>
789
790 M po/ug.po
791
792 commit fd4a321b9eaf6ee11b80d0c377b8ff8873e6c777
793 Author: Khaled Hosny <khaledhosny@eglug.org>
794 Date: Mon Dec 24 13:38:26 2012 +0200
795
796 Update Arabic translation
797
798 M po/ar.po
799
800 commit 9d45c5369f4a486d2ba5c3a8c3262c84172b095a
801 Author: Alexandre Rostovtsev <tetromino@gentoo.org>
802 Date: Sat Nov 24 15:24:50 2012 -0500
803
804 libmenu: always call menu_layout_load() with non_prefixed_name parameter
805
806 We must ensure that when loading "${XDG_MENU_PREFIX}applications.menu"
807 or "applications.menu", the root layout node's name is set to "applications",
808 not "${XDG_MENU_PREFIX}applications", because the menu spec states that the
809 default merge directory for "${XDG_MENU_PREFIX}applications.menu" is
810 "applications-merged", not "${XDG_MENU_PREFIX}applications-merged".
811
812 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=688972
813
814 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
815
816 commit dfae41dd0f0df6a72c1ef47dfe1e9efb1bfee746
817 Author: Shankar Prasad <svenkate@redhat.com>
818 Date: Thu Nov 29 14:24:44 2012 +0530
819
820 Updated kn translation
821
822 M po/kn.po
823
824 commit aad880ce305edc2fe61fb3070ec8df1d9d29f28a
825 Author: Shankar Prasad <svenkate@redhat.com>
826 Date: Thu Nov 29 14:21:37 2012 +0530
827
828 Updated kn translation
829
830 M po/kn.po
831
832 commit df21eb893653e0b3c0e0f43cd0bc0de00c28d54a
833 Author: Shankar Prasad <svenkate@redhat.com>
834 Date: Thu Nov 29 14:13:13 2012 +0530
835
836 Updated kn translation
837
838 M po/kn.po
839
840 commit 09ea3c32275547f8de8799bb47ef3f9441abf12f
841 Author: Shankar Prasad <svenkate@redhat.com>
842 Date: Tue Nov 27 16:00:31 2012 +0530
843
844 Updated kn translation
845
846 M po/kn.po
847
848 commit 6a113f67b993702417d9db189d36e63fd9e4806d
849 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
850 Date: Tue Nov 13 22:56:06 2012 -0500
851
852 Post-release version bump
853
854 M configure.ac
855
856 commit 0ebd911ccbd177b856d34f43a6ef680275ab0871
857 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
858 Date: Tue Nov 13 22:54:01 2012 -0500
859
860 3.6.1
861
862 M NEWS
863
864 commit fff8296aa0be3e257b2147e590da38cf470f4054
865 Author: Bahodir Mansurov <6ahodir@gmail.com>
866 Date: Sun Oct 14 13:42:00 2012 -0400
867
868 updating Uzbek@cyrillic translation
869
870 M po/uz@cyrillic.po
871
872 commit d9dce393a242ddc4799fdc776f0af305bf935ff5
873 Author: Bahodir Mansurov <6ahodir@gmail.com>
874 Date: Sun Oct 14 13:04:49 2012 -0400
875
876 updating Uzbek@cyrillic translation
877
878 M po/uz@cyrillic.po
879
880 commit 7acb8e2e5bff34c049c150d53190843996aa3f3d
881 Author: Pavol Klačanský <pavol@klacansky.com>
882 Date: Tue Oct 9 10:44:23 2012 +0100
883
884 Updated Slovak translation
885
886 M po/sk.po
887
888 commit 78b37e6142300931604566e2d8eb4123c70cfeb4
889 Author: Daniel Martinez Cucalon <dmartinez@src.gnome.org>
890 Date: Sat Sep 29 00:54:41 2012 +0200
891
892 Updated Aragonese translation
893
894 M po/an.po
895
896 commit 206da7e2fb133923f5898b42fbdc26db7f46d437
897 Author: Daniel Korostil <ted.korostiled@gmail.com>
898 Date: Wed Sep 26 09:15:57 2012 +0300
899
900 Added uk translation
901
902 M po/uk.po
903
904 commit 20f8d7169da967c39a92fb9bd97c74f5e1bb798d
905 Author: Carles Ferrando <carles.ferrando@gmail.com>
906 Date: Wed Sep 26 01:31:05 2012 +0200
907
908 [l10n] Updated Catalan (Valencian) translation
909
910 M po/ca@valencia.po
911
912 commit e8cda485fec0fb2480f8e232b790387c1f41c77f
913 Author: Gil Forcada <gforcada@gnome.org>
914 Date: Wed Sep 26 01:30:42 2012 +0200
915
916 [l10n] Updated Catalan translation
917
918 M po/ca.po
919
920 commit e2ad6f559992e253ee7b10db7358c709d3a54328
921 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
922 Date: Tue Sep 25 08:01:46 2012 -0400
923
924 post-release version bump
925
926 M configure.ac
927
928 commit ff379b515cdb3728dfd2f49c233797603b9658b8
929 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
930 Date: Tue Sep 25 07:54:10 2012 -0400
931
932 3.6.0
933
934 M NEWS
935
936 commit 1f596f13f5b793515dcb07cc7dd0834581f9f22e
937 Author: Rūdolfs Mazurs <rudolfsm@src.gnome.org>
938 Date: Mon Sep 24 13:22:34 2012 +0300
939
940 Updated Latvian translation
941
942 M po/lv.po
943
944 commit 3839fb3f2784f3575c454a7128fb7ff4fed12233
945 Author: Mattias Põldaru <mahfiaz@gmail.com>
946 Date: Mon Sep 24 11:15:01 2012 +0300
947
948 [l10n] Updated Estonian translation
949
950 M po/et.po
951
952 commit b2199a2b2972f37d85deab11818a94ce636a2d0a
953 Author: Timur Zhamakeev <ztimur@gmail.com>
954 Date: Mon Sep 24 09:21:40 2012 +0600
955
956 Updated Kyrgyz translation
957
958 M po/ky.po
959
960 commit d1ea18a03b123039f63e54360b5aac02d58e07fd
961 Author: Runa Bhattacharjee <runab@redhat.com>
962 Date: Fri Sep 21 19:23:07 2012 +0530
963
964 Updated Bengali India Translation
965
966 M po/bn_IN.po
967
968 commit 4883507b4742178707f227922f421e130ae0e612
969 Author: Rajesh Ranjan <rranjan@redhat.com>
970 Date: Fri Sep 21 14:21:36 2012 +0530
971
972 hindi update
973
974 M po/hi.po
975
976 commit 319bc9001ec45d837da239a4dbd1cf30546ba4ce
977 Author: Praveen Illa <mail2ipn@gmail.com>
978 Date: Wed Sep 19 22:08:18 2012 +0530
979
980 Updated Telugu Translation
981
982 M po/te.po
983
984 commit dd8991b15488f384122120ea31e8c6043e0144ea
985 Author: Ani Peter <apeter@redhat.com>
986 Date: Tue Sep 18 23:04:10 2012 +0530
987
988 Updated Malayalam file
989
990 M po/ml.po
991
992 commit e24c669b5331a6deab6730c0bb7f582ad98c138c
993 Author: Noriko Mizumoto <noriko@fedoraproject.org>
994 Date: Tue Sep 18 12:57:52 2012 +0900
995
996 [l10n] Update Japanese translation
997
998 M po/ja.po
999
1000 commit d529600f891fdd32d111e281a65677c9468d8f5c
1001 Author: Djavan Fagundes <djavanf@gnome.org>
1002 Date: Mon Sep 17 21:28:13 2012 -0300
1003
1004 Revert "Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation"
1005
1006 This reverts commit 0b8278f3dc7f834b5856a98762cda69b0d713707.
1007
1008 A po/pt_BR.po
1009
1010 commit 0b8278f3dc7f834b5856a98762cda69b0d713707
1011 Author: Djavan Fagundes <djavanf@gnome.org>
1012 Date: Mon Sep 17 20:40:04 2012 -0300
1013
1014 Updated Brazilian Portuguese translation
1015
1016 D po/pt_BR.po
1017
1018 commit 0619ec60ce602e023beb9d14df34d4958d326a31
1019 Author: Og B. Maciel <ogmaciel@gnome.org>
1020 Date: Mon Sep 17 16:51:48 2012 -0400
1021
1022 Updated translation for Brazilian Portuguese.
1023
1024 M po/pt_BR.po
1025
1026 commit 4ea3f1de69fec378262bc966f5d3e355f82c2b20
1027 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1028 Date: Mon Sep 17 13:10:55 2012 +0200
1029
1030 release: post-release bump to 3.6.0
1031
1032 M configure.ac
1033
1034 commit a4e3e70fb8150461af79a5314cdd3b9a8fe5956a
1035 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1036 Date: Mon Sep 17 13:10:14 2012 +0200
1037
1038 release: 3.5.92
1039
1040 M NEWS
1041 M configure.ac
1042
1043 commit c21dc9a2fbc2fbf288de0d688afd519e2f25da4b
1044 Author: Ask H. Larsen <asklarsen@gmail.com>
1045 Date: Sun Sep 16 13:25:58 2012 +0200
1046
1047 Updated Danish translation
1048
1049 M po/da.po
1050
1051 commit fe09bdbae726dbefa92f22d2e851b7ec5b30dfef
1052 Author: Changwoo Ryu <cwryu@debian.org>
1053 Date: Sat Sep 15 16:55:29 2012 +0900
1054
1055 Updated Korean translation
1056
1057 M po/ko.po
1058
1059 commit aceac14e0b728626c966d3ccfab51bb99a396ba6
1060 Author: Rico Tzschichholz <ricotz@t-online.de>
1061 Date: Wed Sep 12 08:40:37 2012 +0200
1062
1063 libmenu: Add proper header reference to GMenu-3.0.gir
1064
1065 M libmenu/Makefile.am
1066
1067 commit 491c7eccff4e5fedc3f68f2d9d33399d49eed9a8
1068 Author: Marek Černocký <marek@manet.cz>
1069 Date: Mon Sep 10 00:47:09 2012 +0200
1070
1071 Czech translation
1072
1073 M po/cs.po
1074
1075 commit 2c2c4f24c60952ef3e014ce0fd24c9db83c7f3fb
1076 Author: Milo Casagrande <milo@ubuntu.com>
1077 Date: Thu Sep 6 22:51:48 2012 +0200
1078
1079 [l10n] Updated Italian translation.
1080
1081 M po/it.po
1082
1083 commit f33d2b42226ae7c0d2fe871b55563b544dfcd252
1084 Author: Arash Mousavi <mousavi.arash@gmail.com>
1085 Date: Thu Sep 6 21:02:51 2012 +0430
1086
1087 l10n: Updated Persian translation
1088
1089 M po/fa.po
1090
1091 commit db8230cb5375eb951fc3385fa56e0fbd20222030
1092 Author: Theppitak Karoonboonyanan <thep@linux.thai.net>
1093 Date: Thu Sep 6 20:23:58 2012 +0700
1094
1095 Updated Thai translation.
1096
1097 M po/th.po
1098
1099 commit b2cd372cf3ef3d5e10ca7e724366c72322a44849
1100 Author: Timo Jyrinki <timo@debian.org>
1101 Date: Thu Sep 6 08:59:09 2012 +0300
1102
1103 Finnish translation update by Jiri Grönroos
1104
1105 M po/fi.po
1106
1107 commit 103fb06fe86990bc7ec95e7cd8f61b71b69f9d9a
1108 Author: Bruce Cowan <bruce@bcowan.me.uk>
1109 Date: Wed Sep 5 19:50:45 2012 +0100
1110
1111 Updated British English translation
1112
1113 M po/en_GB.po
1114
1115 commit a8f755a4b967738261540d2efd4c3ab45a9b283b
1116 Author: Alexandre Franke <alexandre.franke@gmail.com>
1117 Date: Tue Sep 4 20:52:48 2012 +0200
1118
1119 Update French translation
1120
1121 M po/fr.po
1122
1123 commit b4c27cda6d161dbffb3878bfb1fd9164bb292de7
1124 Author: Gabor Kelemen <kelemeng@gnome.hu>
1125 Date: Tue Sep 4 13:49:16 2012 +0200
1126
1127 Updated Hungarian translation
1128
1129 M po/hu.po
1130
1131 commit c66d0da3965cb3157d08b33278220c2d8d52c5f6
1132 Author: Muhammet Kara <muhammetk@acikkaynak.name.tr>
1133 Date: Tue Sep 4 06:48:19 2012 +0300
1134
1135 [l10n]Updated Turkish translation
1136
1137 M po/tr.po
1138
1139 commit 691760dbea68b46aa6b895f0d6c739302c372806
1140 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
1141 Date: Mon Sep 3 19:09:33 2012 +0200
1142
1143 Updated Polish translation
1144
1145 M po/pl.po
1146
1147 commit a797159ac6b20b5e608290731ff0c9ccc1792848
1148 Author: Dr.T.Vasudevan <agnihot3@gmail.com>
1149 Date: Sun Sep 2 18:02:37 2012 +0530
1150
1151 updated Tamil translation
1152
1153 M po/ta.po
1154
1155 commit a44c335288e7c50db6d95bb080329bb1151d40a7
1156 Author: Daniel Nylander <po@danielnylander.se>
1157 Date: Sun Sep 2 11:59:21 2012 +0200
1158
1159 Updated Swedish translation
1160
1161 M po/sv.po
1162
1163 commit 8a09d2aad657036cb91c6d26fc370fd3a7be3d80
1164 Author: Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy <pclouds@gmail.com>
1165 Date: Sat Sep 1 22:04:28 2012 +0700
1166
1167 Updated Vietnamese translation
1168
1169 M po/vi.po
1170
1171 commit c126f269866ed323926841157c72c48df5753a99
1172 Author: Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy <pclouds@gmail.com>
1173 Date: Sat Sep 1 22:01:50 2012 +0700
1174
1175 po/vi: import from Damned Lies
1176
1177 M po/vi.po
1178
1179 commit d2b6d0a7e02d36125a455b99f2a43fb2598fc7cc
1180 Author: Duarte Loreto <happyguy_pt@hotmail.com>
1181 Date: Sat Sep 1 01:17:02 2012 +0100
1182
1183 Updated Portuguese translation
1184
1185 M po/pt.po
1186
1187 commit 6cbb7189d43207cc7abb5709255ddf8a6d5e4562
1188 Author: Aurimas Černius <aurisc4@gmail.com>
1189 Date: Wed Aug 29 22:57:58 2012 +0300
1190
1191 Updated Lithuanian translation
1192
1193 M po/lt.po
1194
1195 commit 55149c45571e54ed59599429e5c131fd64789d80
1196 Author: Chrovex Fan <pixelnecro@foxmail.com>
1197 Date: Tue Aug 28 22:32:44 2012 +0800
1198
1199 update Simplified Chinese (zh_CN) translation
1200
1201 M po/zh_CN.po
1202
1203 commit 2bfb0ab9c702b811d26c5adbd276eebdf0e04592
1204 Author: Nilamdyuti Goswami <nilamdyuti@gmail.com>
1205 Date: Tue Aug 28 00:03:50 2012 +0530
1206
1207 Implemented FUEL entries to Assamese translation
1208
1209 M po/as.po
1210
1211 commit 387804f05c1c6a8648f3930b45df939bf1b684f2
1212 Author: A S Alam <aalam@users.sf.net>
1213 Date: Mon Aug 27 19:58:58 2012 +0530
1214
1215 update Punjabi Translation
1216
1217 M po/pa.po
1218
1219 commit 3be4bc499b3df622c149f89780ad8ffc8c67319a
1220 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
1221 Date: Thu Aug 23 03:24:55 2012 +0200
1222
1223 Updated Polish translation
1224
1225 M po/pl.po
1226
1227 commit 1682e39a113f5ea19e1fd8d0da5fb27db6a95274
1228 Author: Dirgita <dirgitadevina@yahoo.co.id>
1229 Date: Tue Aug 21 22:20:32 2012 +0700
1230
1231 Updated Indonesian translation
1232
1233 M po/id.po
1234
1235 commit 0ed913bb8276b06e3f305b5e1907d87cc23d906a
1236 Author: Fran Diéguez <fran.dieguez@mabishu.com>
1237 Date: Fri Aug 17 23:37:20 2012 +0200
1238
1239 Updated Galician translations
1240
1241 M po/gl.po
1242
1243 commit d0e752350b2a9d8f85845614fda54571e143cef5
1244 Author: Sandeep Sheshrao Shedmake <sshedmak@redhat.com>
1245 Date: Thu Aug 16 12:19:50 2012 +0530
1246
1247 Updated Marathi Translations
1248
1249 M po/mr.po
1250
1251 commit 37f8b405844aedc87169ee902a8ed150978ffb1a
1252 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1253 Date: Mon Aug 6 18:42:20 2012 -0300
1254
1255 Post-release version bump
1256
1257 M configure.ac
1258
1259 commit 42ace8382ab15914f55c7dc6dffab418b38e0e50
1260 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1261 Date: Mon Aug 6 18:36:56 2012 -0300
1262
1263 Release 3.5.5
1264
1265 M NEWS
1266
1267 commit 685323a7cae56b1ced25c10f26af8eda7c9c893a
1268 Author: Мирослав Николић <miroslavnikolic@rocketmail.com>
1269 Date: Mon Aug 6 11:30:07 2012 +0200
1270
1271 Updated Serbian translation
1272
1273 M po/sr.po
1274 M po/sr@latin.po
1275
1276 commit b0c0c0afbc6a563f987df95e508c66c881bb5c27
1277 Author: Sweta Kothari <swkothar@redhat.com>
1278 Date: Mon Jul 30 13:54:26 2012 +0530
1279
1280 Updated gujarati file
1281
1282 M po/gu.po
1283
1284 commit 70f681351441c9146e1e4eb1c48154c5db1d2a5b
1285 Author: Przemysław Buczkowski <przemub@yahoo.pl>
1286 Date: Thu Jul 26 19:41:14 2012 +0200
1287
1288 Added Silesian translation
1289
1290 M po/LINGUAS
1291 A po/szl.po
1292
1293 commit 09053a26df6431e32d706eda69c0b7bf9100994b
1294 Author: Baurzhan Muftakhidinov <baurthefirst@gmail.com>
1295 Date: Thu Jul 26 09:20:18 2012 +0600
1296
1297 Updated Kazakh translation
1298
1299 M po/kk.po
1300
1301 commit 73b36491c3a472c67a15f1684893d080c743c601
1302 Author: Tobias Endrigkeit <tobiasendrigkeit@googlemail.com>
1303 Date: Mon Jul 23 22:43:15 2012 +0200
1304
1305 Updated German translation
1306
1307 M po/de.po
1308
1309 commit 985728566f914aa8a3a3c571dd203ee4b50827f3
1310 Author: Chao-Hsiung Liao <j_h_liau@yahoo.com.tw>
1311 Date: Tue Jul 17 15:01:09 2012 +0800
1312
1313 Updated Traditional Chinese translation(Hong Kong and Taiwan)
1314
1315 M po/zh_HK.po
1316 M po/zh_TW.po
1317
1318 commit 50f09c92d3418043cbead8ccc014235ab3eb9bd3
1319 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1320 Date: Mon Jul 16 20:24:57 2012 -0400
1321
1322 Post-release version bump
1323
1324 M configure.ac
1325
1326 commit f8e4cb42e10b7c2666f3771da158646a145abd34
1327 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1328 Date: Mon Jul 16 20:24:15 2012 -0400
1329
1330 Release 3.5.4
1331
1332 M NEWS
1333
1334 commit 1e62d7d67525ea5628296435bd95ef325954786d
1335 Author: chingiz <chingis091@lavabit.com>
1336 Date: Mon Jul 16 11:36:35 2012 +0400
1337
1338 Updated Kirghiz translation
1339
1340 M po/ky.po
1341
1342 commit b3f0c47b46b5456d220b7cb8b384a52e71018fa3
1343 Author: Alexander Shopov <ash@kambanaria.org>
1344 Date: Wed Jul 4 07:17:08 2012 +0300
1345
1346 Updated Bulgarian translation
1347
1348 M po/bg.po
1349
1350 commit 2c31301300f13a4ced24a0b116a010f9e20b0756
1351 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1352 Date: Tue Jun 26 13:19:56 2012 -0400
1353
1354 Post-release version bump
1355
1356 M configure.ac
1357
1358 commit 78ac358fcb3135574377cea00781edd19bad6065
1359 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1360 Date: Tue Jun 26 13:18:33 2012 -0400
1361
1362 Release 3.5.3
1363
1364 M NEWS
1365
1366 commit 1fba5a23c30af1a8cd07a6bd2f85e3c805129813
1367 Author: Sasi Bhushan Boddepalli <sasi@swecha.net>
1368 Date: Thu Jun 21 14:27:51 2012 +0530
1369
1370 Updated Telugu Translation
1371
1372 M po/te.po
1373
1374 commit 4a00f1eb30bc33afc14e647efb6ec1450ca7ff51
1375 Author: Nilamdyuti Goswami <nilamdyuti@gmail.com>
1376 Date: Thu Jun 21 14:01:14 2012 +0530
1377
1378 Assamese translation reviewed
1379
1380 M po/as.po
1381
1382 commit d1beaf075f02281e28bb730f3e43dd15dfea2ef3
1383 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1384 Date: Wed Jun 20 14:57:58 2012 -0400
1385
1386 libmenu: Allow grabbing the parent from any GMenuTreeItem
1387
1388 Oh how I wish we had real inheritance.
1389
1390 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1391 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1392
1393 commit ade49e7f07ef6cb0168002f6c12a4be6c1bdbee8
1394 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1395 Date: Mon Jun 18 18:08:26 2012 -0400
1396
1397 libmenu: Add a way to grab NoDisplay on an item and all of its parents
1398
1399 Some applications may want a way to show or hide a tree entry based on
1400 its visibility in the actual tree.
1401
1402 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=678419
1403
1404 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1405 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1406
1407 commit fef1440c7b440d0360992c2178ef636b02ef777a
1408 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1409 Date: Fri Jun 1 09:16:01 2012 -0400
1410
1411 libmenu: Allow grabbing the GMenuTree from any GMenuTreeItem
1412
1413 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=677270
1414
1415 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1416 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1417
1418 commit eec6221af6a8ee04dddb11af9dbac45819a296db
1419 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1420 Date: Wed Jun 20 19:56:20 2012 +0200
1421
1422 misc: Add Jasper as co-maintainer
1423
1424 Jasper is completely fixing alacarte, so he's the menu guy now :-)
1425
1426 M MAINTAINERS
1427 M gnome-menus.doap
1428
1429 commit 7a87b12a86d7f8dfebca2a33791c04d5249de692
1430 Author: Tom Tryfonidis <tomtryf@gmail.com>
1431 Date: Tue Jun 19 19:26:24 2012 +0300
1432
1433 Updated Greek translation
1434
1435 M po/el.po
1436
1437 commit 8cd6efdf03a7056ed4c7373e00a2eb7657e5c6cc
1438 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1439 Date: Sat Jun 2 13:27:24 2012 -0400
1440
1441 libmenu: Add the forgotten gmenu_tree_iter_get_separator
1442
1443 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=677344
1444
1445 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1446 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1447
1448 commit 2a83843d381cebf95a775a9ae2c176c5ae816fc8
1449 Author: Colin Walters <walters@verbum.org>
1450 Date: Fri Jun 8 16:34:12 2012 -0400
1451
1452 gnome-menus: Fix g-ir-scanner warnings
1453
1454 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1455
1456 commit 4973cf303cb9d5e8b160fb1ac0649ac2f864b8b4
1457 Author: Ihar Hrachyshka <ihar.hrachyshka@gmail.com>
1458 Date: Fri Jun 8 18:55:01 2012 +0300
1459
1460 Updated Belarusian translation.
1461
1462 M po/be.po
1463
1464 commit 175f03aeef932bf9bf0527e11624e9a8e126e769
1465 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
1466 Date: Tue Jun 5 09:21:45 2012 -0400
1467
1468 Post-release version bump
1469
1470 M configure.ac
1471
1472 commit c43bc6bc305b156be066fba6ae385b46e0063409
1473 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
1474 Date: Tue Jun 5 09:17:34 2012 -0400
1475
1476 3.5.2
1477
1478 M NEWS
1479 M configure.ac
1480
1481 commit 326c6ca76a4a739bb3d669ed4ce2d36d9b89eabe
1482 Author: Kjartan Maraas <kmaraas@gnome.org>
1483 Date: Wed May 30 14:06:31 2012 +0200
1484
1485 Updated Norwegian bokmål translation
1486
1487 M po/nb.po
1488
1489 commit efc14ec052a53b706d8d2132ec62426cd46f54ea
1490 Author: Aleksej Kabanov <ak099@mail.ru>
1491 Date: Sun May 27 00:56:26 2012 +0400
1492
1493 Updated Russian translation
1494
1495 M po/ru.po
1496
1497 commit 4693fdd844b623a69e02ec853f90888aee82a728
1498 Author: Yaron Shahrabani <sh.yaron@gmail.com>
1499 Date: Fri May 25 15:29:40 2012 +0300
1500
1501 Updated Hebrew translation.
1502
1503 M po/he.po
1504
1505 commit ef10032c3c9d20cb46482829f7bbf5e09c311dee
1506 Author: Matej Urbančič <mateju@svn.gnome.org>
1507 Date: Wed May 23 20:02:27 2012 +0200
1508
1509 Updated Slovenian translation
1510
1511 M po/sl.po
1512
1513 commit 64606ea5a3c0f3faa5f406a63c53a51a1eb8823a
1514 Author: Fran Diéguez <fran.dieguez@mabishu.com>
1515 Date: Sun May 20 17:57:35 2012 +0200
1516
1517 Updated Galician translations
1518
1519 M po/gl.po
1520
1521 commit 068bfbdbcb328c0f7eb29faecaf41c82e5633bb5
1522 Author: Daniel Mustieles <daniel.mustieles@gmail.com>
1523 Date: Mon May 14 16:49:12 2012 +0200
1524
1525 Updated Spanish translation
1526
1527 M po/es.po
1528
1529 commit 9452548505add051e3ca099332edad2dc7764181
1530 Author: Giovanni Campagna <gcampagna@src.gnome.org>
1531 Date: Tue May 1 00:23:39 2012 +0200
1532
1533 layout: Add a separate category for Web Applications
1534
1535 For technical reasons, it is not possible to guess an appropriate
1536 category for web applications created with Epiphany, so they
1537 would all end up in Others. Instead, make up a category and submenu
1538 just for them.
1539
1540 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=675198
1541
1542 M desktop-directories/Makefile.am
1543 A desktop-directories/X-GNOME-WebApplications.directory.in
1544 M layout/applications.menu
1545 M po/POTFILES.in
1546
1547 commit b93cc6818c7ee7be1339f0f7bf8d3ec24790df59
1548 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1549 Date: Thu Feb 2 10:19:02 2012 +0100
1550
1551 util: Add --include-unallocated option to gnome-menu-spec-test
1552
1553 We want easy testing for GMENU_TREE_FLAGS_INCLUDE_UNALLOCATED.
1554
1555 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=668512
1556
1557 M util/test-menu-spec.c
1558
1559 commit 159bfe766f024598e967765a418430dfa46d2197
1560 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1561 Date: Thu Feb 2 10:16:40 2012 +0100
1562
1563 libmenu: Add GMENU_TREE_FLAGS_INCLUDE_UNALLOCATED flag
1564
1565 Add a new GMENU_TREE_FLAGS_INCLUDE_UNALLOCATED flag to add in the root
1566 directory entries that are not allocated anywhere else. This is useful
1567 if the user really wants to get absolutely all entries (in addition to
1568 using INCLUDE_EXCLUDED, which is a bit different, and
1569 INCLUDE_NODISPLAY).
1570
1571 Add gmenu_tree_entry_get_is_unallocated() API matching this flag.
1572
1573 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=668512
1574
1575 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1576 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1577
1578 commit 6b6956b75de4566772c7144a01b39634671b364f
1579 Author: Piotr Drąg <piotrdrag@gmail.com>
1580 Date: Mon Apr 16 19:15:35 2012 +0200
1581
1582 Added Kashubian translation
1583
1584 M po/LINGUAS
1585 A po/csb.po
1586
1587 commit 9d68b854b35573d5567fe79cc58d011ae23ed23e
1588 Author: Alexander Shopov <ash@kambanaria.org>
1589 Date: Sun Apr 1 18:11:32 2012 +0300
1590
1591 Updated Bulgarian translation
1592
1593 M po/bg.po
1594
1595 commit da8b0ff0c8733d8f94d7e29f1ba67ff2e9bace98
1596 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1597 Date: Mon Mar 26 10:37:18 2012 +0200
1598
1599 release: post-release bump to 3.4.1
1600
1601 M configure.ac
1602
1603 commit e1b3578220871cd5e607a93ab1b251da9e56d4d6
1604 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1605 Date: Mon Mar 26 10:36:57 2012 +0200
1606
1607 release: 3.4.0
1608
1609 M NEWS
1610 M configure.ac
1611
1612 commit f553195fee927f128963702fc9443ce6d84fb20b
1613 Author: Khoem Sokhem <khoemsokhem@khmeros.info>
1614 Date: Sat Mar 10 13:24:57 2012 +0100
1615
1616 Add initial Khmer translation
1617
1618 M po/LINGUAS
1619 A po/km.po
1620
1621 commit f289d086d2f3162bef06eada7276cd473f73fbfe
1622 Author: Bahodir Mansurov <6ahodir@gmail.com>
1623 Date: Fri Feb 24 21:24:22 2012 -0500
1624
1625 Updated Uzbek@cyrillic translation
1626
1627 M po/uz@cyrillic.po
1628
1629 commit 17b1dc3a3c850794bfe3df028ed72483fb21489e
1630 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1631 Date: Wed Feb 22 15:10:35 2012 +0100
1632
1633 build: Generate ChangeLog on make dist
1634
1635 M Makefile.am
1636
1637 commit ac467f5484a8c32ccb1484147003dbea8ee51d99
1638 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1639 Date: Wed Feb 22 15:03:08 2012 +0100
1640
1641 build: Update git.mk and ignore generated tarballs
1642
1643 M Makefile.am
1644 M git.mk
1645
1646 commit 82f575edbd949f682bc9242263e318f7e1d4d57c
1647 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1648 Date: Mon Feb 6 12:27:00 2012 +0100
1649
1650 release: post-release bump to 3.3.90
1651
1652 M configure.ac
1653
1654 commit 44030054b1752ea353c010ec0588fbc804ffc662
1655 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1656 Date: Mon Feb 6 12:26:54 2012 +0100
1657
1658 release: 3.3.5
1659
1660 M NEWS
1661 M configure.ac
1662
1663 commit 2adf8dc80b99459450e891161b3b7f254317d9b5
1664 Author: Danishka Navin <danishka@gmail.com>
1665 Date: Wed Feb 1 17:29:09 2012 +0530
1666
1667 fixed few typos in si.po file
1668
1669 M po/si.po
1670
1671 commit 17d5a7f7942f9045acdb8d5cbe18c967169d054e
1672 Author: Danishka Navin <danishka@gmail.com>
1673 Date: Wed Feb 1 16:08:30 2012 +0530
1674
1675 fixed few typos in si.po file
1676
1677 M po/si.po
1678
1679 commit 7b895320a73ef066508d0d411c9ce1e725188a96
1680 Author: Kjartan Maraas <kmaraas@gnome.org>
1681 Date: Wed Jan 25 14:47:48 2012 +0100
1682
1683 Updated Norwegian bokmål translation
1684
1685 M po/nb.po
1686
1687 commit a84c7d360b4cb22a10cac76c95eff4654effd730
1688 Author: Andiswa Mvanyashe <andiswamva@webmail.co.za>
1689 Date: Tue Jan 17 08:09:02 2012 +0200
1690
1691 Updated translation for Xhosa (xh)
1692
1693 M po/xh.po
1694
1695 commit 91a67746970ca4327c03c2f048e48c666a1f3776
1696 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1697 Date: Tue Dec 20 09:45:45 2011 +0100
1698
1699 build: Create xz tarballs
1700
1701 M configure.ac
1702
1703 commit 581bdf9920d18024413fa7afcacd83e733a26089
1704 Author: Jiro Matsuzawa <jmatsuzawa@src.gnome.org>
1705 Date: Fri Nov 11 02:51:39 2011 +0900
1706
1707 Updated Japanese translation
1708
1709 M po/ja.po
1710
1711 commit 8d46c3a20c4718384b66180990258c0ad6c12f49
1712 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1713 Date: Mon Oct 24 13:58:21 2011 +0200
1714
1715 release: post-release bump to 3.3.2
1716
1717 M configure.ac
1718
1719 commit f258c9c144c569772a1ea7ea81179c98110fc58f
1720 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1721 Date: Mon Oct 24 13:58:14 2011 +0200
1722
1723 release: 3.3.1
1724
1725 M NEWS
1726 M configure.ac
1727
1728 commit fbabc41cb6f2c6520f9f117137fa296a7f8340f3
1729 Author: Florian Müllner <fmuellner@gnome.org>
1730 Date: Fri Oct 21 19:57:55 2011 +0200
1731
1732 libmenu: Ignore invalid desktop entries
1733
1734 Both "Name" and "Exec" are mandatory keys according to the desktop
1735 entry spec; some .desktop files missing one or the other have been
1736 spotted in the while, so ignore them explicitly.
1737
1738 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=662409
1739
1740 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
1741
1742 commit 2179d84e1d7ce5a5b79f2736bf64a13e7bca1b4d
1743 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1744 Date: Fri Oct 7 10:43:02 2011 +0200
1745
1746 layout: Put the Other menu at the end
1747
1748 It's really a special menu, which should not be handled with
1749 alphabetical order.
1750
1751 M layout/applications.menu
1752
1753 commit 480edac95baba553b3cfc471817779e50a367871
1754 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1755 Date: Wed Sep 28 09:24:19 2011 +0200
1756
1757 release: post-release bump to 3.2.1
1758
1759 M configure.ac
1760
1761 commit 2d5915b925791d2d3bd736704a8706553455bd26
1762 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1763 Date: Wed Sep 28 09:24:11 2011 +0200
1764
1765 release: 3.2.0.1
1766
1767 M NEWS
1768 M configure.ac
1769
1770 commit f1c76629d33a616089a15bd034708d21e8bd9a87
1771 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1772 Date: Tue Sep 27 12:09:35 2011 +0200
1773
1774 editor: Fix to work with latest pygi
1775
1776 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=660112
1777
1778 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/main.py
1779 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menufilewriter.py
1780 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menutreemodel.py
1781
1782 commit b87a8c15e95fa64c94343b0bfdc6523e8f6c1bbc
1783 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1784 Date: Mon Sep 26 11:09:13 2011 +0200
1785
1786 release: post-release bump to 3.2.1
1787
1788 M configure.ac
1789
1790 commit 4b0e41e9b45087402e64d90c2760c8d2101cd53e
1791 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1792 Date: Mon Sep 26 11:09:08 2011 +0200
1793
1794 release: 3.2.0
1795
1796 M NEWS
1797
1798 commit 36f7db2473f1d6a0c7a1b1e05e056210ac87e80b
1799 Author: Nilamdyuti Goswami <ngoswami@redhat.com>
1800 Date: Sat Sep 24 15:27:52 2011 +0530
1801
1802 Updated Assamese Translations:bugzilla#659595
1803
1804 M po/as.po
1805
1806 commit 1412cf2222ef8e0f33e9bfa234cf7fdbf6aee035
1807 Author: ipraveen <mail2ipn@gmail.com>
1808 Date: Fri Sep 23 16:32:28 2011 +0530
1809
1810 Updated Telugu Translation
1811
1812 M po/te.po
1813
1814 commit 3ecf6975346ab77b111a99c45b0f7a79228b202f
1815 Author: ipraveen <mail2ipn@gmail.com>
1816 Date: Fri Sep 23 16:26:27 2011 +0530
1817
1818 Updated Telugu Translation
1819
1820 M po/te.po
1821
1822 commit 26e1dd8864b18c5dee038a929bc23cfcadc0f6e1
1823 Author: Nilamdyuti Goswami <ngoswami@redhat.com>
1824 Date: Thu Sep 22 20:17:41 2011 +0200
1825
1826 Updated Assamese translation
1827
1828 M po/as.po
1829
1830 commit 612011be0953e15f349946ba48df5e6e8f036282
1831 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1832 Date: Mon Sep 19 19:34:28 2011 +0200
1833
1834 release: post-release bump to 3.2.0
1835
1836 M configure.ac
1837
1838 commit 5d7dd75fbf694cfd31f04a3f81c80786b1b5841d
1839 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1840 Date: Mon Sep 19 19:34:21 2011 +0200
1841
1842 release: 3.1.92
1843
1844 M NEWS
1845 M configure.ac
1846
1847 commit 49406208c5b1bfe449ed46c20d0bf16c7a363518
1848 Author: Ihar Hrachyshka <ihar.hrachyshka@gmail.com>
1849 Date: Sun Sep 18 18:22:42 2011 +0300
1850
1851 Updated Belarusian translation (some fixes after manual testing).
1852
1853 M po/be.po
1854
1855 commit c3cc2e1d2dfa4f219c01c8dfee4d14e8aebd3a1e
1856 Author: Jiro Matsuzawa <jmatsuzawa@src.gnome.org>
1857 Date: Sat Sep 17 12:08:06 2011 +0900
1858
1859 Updated Japanese translation
1860
1861 M po/ja.po
1862
1863 commit 8c4aa57ca8ff56f1941899eb3c67babd2b7a3839
1864 Author: dmustieles <daniel.mustieles@gmail.com>
1865 Date: Wed Sep 14 17:37:05 2011 +0200
1866
1867 Updated Spanish translation
1868
1869 M po/es.po
1870
1871 commit ecb47adb12c8ec9a3998efa96656dfedfe002525
1872 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1873 Date: Mon Aug 29 08:43:26 2011 +0200
1874
1875 libmenu: Fix build failure with --enable-debug
1876
1877 gmenu_tree_entry_get_name() was still being used.
1878
1879 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=656714
1880
1881 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1882
1883 commit 20d76fb2f1664aadf0b33c7c91603b47dfe04ef0
1884 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
1885 Date: Sun Aug 28 19:22:26 2011 -0400
1886
1887 Post-release version bump
1888
1889 M configure.ac
1890
1891 commit 002662a50ab7fbce7398596a53e7270fc6f168e3
1892 Author: Matthias Clasen <mclasen@redhat.com>
1893 Date: Sun Aug 28 19:22:00 2011 -0400
1894
1895 3.1.90
1896
1897 M NEWS
1898
1899 commit 739d3f6ef7d533544f1ec2b4d6e237bfaca99e85
1900 Author: Jasper St. Pierre <jstpierre@mecheye.net>
1901 Date: Sun Aug 21 17:27:50 2011 -0400
1902
1903 libmenu: Don't try to unref potentially NULL pointers
1904
1905 When a DIRECTORY desktop entry fails to load, we'll try to unref
1906 some NULL pointers. This was causing some warnings.
1907
1908 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=657042
1909
1910 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
1911
1912 commit 5fade40dc3ebff3b4c00cdf37e6d7198e39e9bce
1913 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1914 Date: Fri Aug 12 11:50:59 2011 +0200
1915
1916 release: post-release bump to 3.1.90
1917
1918 M configure.ac
1919
1920 commit 8e0ecffe8a6d4434dab086525f52d05e00edf0e9
1921 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1922 Date: Fri Aug 12 11:50:52 2011 +0200
1923
1924 release: 3.1.5
1925
1926 M NEWS
1927 M configure.ac
1928
1929 commit 61c87a8e66bfa1d7a823a588b073e3922edc78c3
1930 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1931 Date: Fri Aug 12 10:44:32 2011 +0200
1932
1933 libmenu: Support XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP
1934
1935 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=653440
1936
1937 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
1938
1939 commit f0e41152be32a3e07772b53a6c3a0d4dbb0545d9
1940 Author: Colin Walters <walters@verbum.org>
1941 Date: Tue Aug 2 23:13:30 2011 -0400
1942
1943 gmenu_tree_get_entry_by_id: New API
1944
1945 It's useful for gnome-shell if we have an index by desktop file ID to
1946 the tree entry. The cost is very small.
1947
1948 https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=655868
1949
1950 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1951 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
1952
1953 commit 2a17c07927cfc23c9837969ac43f2fbcf9e433d7
1954 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1955 Date: Sat Jul 23 10:06:35 2011 +0200
1956
1957 build: Require gio-unix-2.0 >= 2.29.15
1958
1959 g_desktop_app_info_get_show_in() was pushed, but after 2.29.14.
1960
1961 M configure.ac
1962
1963 commit 3fae17cc6e86b3e988df481a05a386e005b7637c
1964 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1965 Date: Fri Jul 22 13:21:17 2011 +0200
1966
1967 editor: Stop editing settings.menu
1968
1969 We dropped that file a while ago. We could replace this with
1970 gnomecc.menu, but gnome-control-center loads the file from the system
1971 configuration and explicitly ignore the user changes there...
1972
1973 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menutreemodel.py
1974
1975 commit 1cb6fe8f97cc5a12933bd77d278a16827e763c13
1976 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1977 Date: Fri Jul 22 08:55:19 2011 +0200
1978
1979 libmenu: Unset GMenuTree:menu-basename if GMenuTree:menu-path is set
1980
1981 Since GMenuTree:menu-basename has a non-NULL default value, we really
1982 want to unset it if the user sets GMenuTree:menu-path, to avoid any
1983 potential confusion.
1984
1985 We need a constructor to do this magic, as the properties are
1986 construct-only, and doing this anywhere else would be too late.
1987
1988 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
1989
1990 commit 02d0f749a1c4f406fa773254c2095e6c4f3d5979
1991 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
1992 Date: Thu Jul 21 18:28:56 2011 +0200
1993
1994 libmenu: Group GMenuTreeFlags flags in a pseudo-consistent way
1995
1996 Since we're breaking ABI, let's go crazy and change the value of flags.
1997 Grouping flags by some sort of meaning (include ones, show ones, misc.
1998 ones) makes the header a bit nicer to read.
1999
2000 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2001
2002 commit 9e2b4abdc8ec63e20f4c2a52b3047f1d767ebd8d
2003 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2004 Date: Thu Jul 21 18:19:24 2011 +0200
2005
2006 editor: Port to introspection-based gmenu bindings
2007
2008 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/maindialog.py
2009 M simple-editor/GMenuSimpleEditor/menutreemodel.py
2010
2011 commit 6f4cf16ec2633ebc62cb91759dbfd01923cd3c73
2012 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2013 Date: Thu Jul 21 18:09:25 2011 +0200
2014
2015 libmenu, util: Rename gmenu_tree_get_menu_path()
2016
2017 Renamed to gmenu_tree_get_canonical_menu_path(), to avoid any potential
2018 confusion with the menu-path property.
2019
2020 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2021 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2022 M util/test-menu-spec.c
2023
2024 commit 8bc90706c9bfbf0d55c2eaddc859afb4a52a3281
2025 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2026 Date: Thu Jul 21 18:07:54 2011 +0200
2027
2028 libmenu: Add API to load menu file from full path
2029
2030 Add gmenu_tree_new_for_path() and GMenuTree:menu-path.
2031
2032 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2033 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2034
2035 commit c653bbe8904acca4340f70574357d843e549035c
2036 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2037 Date: Thu Jul 21 17:22:20 2011 +0200
2038
2039 libmenu, util: Rename GMenuTree:name to GMenuTree:menu-basename
2040
2041 This is a much clearer name for the property, else people might assume
2042 they can use a full path, or something that is not a basename.
2043
2044 Note that a relative path will work, but that really should not be of
2045 much use, hence the choice of basename.
2046
2047 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2048 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2049 M util/gnome-menus-ls.js
2050
2051 commit c45596c3d87fa3e344b9e9a32c51190e12d67d93
2052 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2053 Date: Thu Jul 21 17:13:18 2011 +0200
2054
2055 libmenu: Fix critical warning when trying to load "" menu
2056
2057 Yes, this is a weird use of the API, but still.
2058
2059 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2060
2061 commit 4c85e0ee58a4e8b11f1e5527909eefd02133a72a
2062 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2063 Date: Thu Jul 21 17:00:25 2011 +0200
2064
2065 libmenu: Default GMenuTree::name property to "applications.menu"
2066
2067 This is useful for introspection bindings, since users will not
2068 necessarily think of setting the menu name property at construct time.
2069 And it's a saner default than NULL.
2070
2071 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2072
2073 commit d8be0079a48bb7b486cc2b1355ee0cea2596fecb
2074 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2075 Date: Thu Jul 21 16:55:57 2011 +0200
2076
2077 libmenu: Do not keep internal load_error in GMenuTree
2078
2079 This is not used, and it actually gets corrupted at some point (since
2080 g_propagate_error means we lose the ownership of the GError).
2081
2082 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2083
2084 commit bb3e154f60f81e97178b0cb8457827b29ee20692
2085 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2086 Date: Thu Jul 21 16:01:46 2011 +0200
2087
2088 build: Bump version to 3.1.4
2089
2090 This is needed so users can know which version to require for the new
2091 API.
2092
2093 M configure.ac
2094
2095 commit 70e9aaacbe0783fe11b7c69310873e0dc638b274
2096 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2097 Date: Thu Jul 21 15:57:18 2011 +0200
2098
2099 libmenu: Drop GMenuTreeDirectoryRoot
2100
2101 This was only used internally, but with no reason.
2102
2103 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2104
2105 commit 17961198a182d5f68e4773427b1c8f735e0a01cd
2106 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2107 Date: Thu Jul 21 15:48:35 2011 +0200
2108
2109 libmenu: Make gmenu_tree_directory_get_icon() return a GIcon
2110
2111 It's much better to use GIcon than icon name strings.
2112
2113 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2114 M libmenu/desktop-entries.h
2115 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2116 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2117
2118 commit 3c6ad47de8cfc3581fee66107a41ba4b39dd0de0
2119 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2120 Date: Thu Jul 21 15:26:11 2011 +0200
2121
2122 libmenu: Correctly deal with OnlyShowIn/NotShowIn
2123
2124 We're using new glib API for this.
2125
2126 Also, we do not remove entries because of OnlyShowIn/NotShowIn before
2127 processing the layout, as we might want to add a GMenuTreeFlags value in
2128 the future, to include .desktop files that are excluded because of
2129 OnlyShowIn/NotShowIn.
2130
2131 M configure.ac
2132 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2133 M libmenu/desktop-entries.h
2134 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2135
2136 commit 66557ef586adff091c8ce69a2f472da00dcd89ba
2137 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2138 Date: Mon Jul 4 17:23:32 2011 +0200
2139
2140 build: Drop check for -fno-strict-aliasing support
2141
2142 This was only needed for our previous python bindings.
2143
2144 M configure.ac
2145
2146 commit fc5492ab992fde2b8d378ed91f0b4c6c62cbe69b
2147 Author: Colin Walters <walters@verbum.org>
2148 Date: Tue Jun 14 13:52:06 2011 -0400
2149
2150 libmenu: Dispose of source before context to avoid possible double unref
2151
2152 M libmenu/menu-layout.c
2153
2154 commit 21062503fff272872fdfc5fb468288b1faa85127
2155 Author: Colin Walters <walters@verbum.org>
2156 Date: Tue Jun 14 13:25:47 2011 -0400
2157
2158 libmenu: Make refcounts volatile as g_atomic_* expect
2159
2160 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2161
2162 commit b8b2471e8a3bd0f2d469dea41067721919359c22
2163 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2164 Date: Tue Jun 14 09:04:31 2011 +0200
2165
2166 libmenu: Correctly look up at NoDisplay for .desktop files
2167
2168 We were using Hidden instead. This requires glib 2.29.9.
2169
2170 M configure.ac
2171 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2172
2173 commit 6ba57847943cd74839a306ed6c8926401e370b85
2174 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2175 Date: Sun Jun 12 12:50:05 2011 +0200
2176
2177 libmenu: Simplify some code
2178
2179 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2180
2181 commit 2c47cdbebb15715d91d95aa4babc2de7a993dbd4
2182 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2183 Date: Sun Jun 12 12:38:30 2011 +0200
2184
2185 libmenu: Fix loading of .directory files
2186
2187 We were always returning FALSE, leaking some data and not displaying a
2188 debug message in case of error (like for .desktop files).
2189
2190 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2191
2192 commit 6aff671fbeccb5ff7ec3290d0fd6345fbbb632c8
2193 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2194 Date: Sun Jun 12 12:34:26 2011 +0200
2195
2196 util: Fix build after gmenu_tree_alias_get_item_type() renaming
2197
2198 M util/test-menu-spec.c
2199
2200 commit 398fd5c145524b7961c9d1dbc105c1cd49d98103
2201 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2202 Date: Sun Jun 12 12:12:55 2011 +0200
2203
2204 doc: Do not reference non-existing gmenu_tree_iter_get_next_type()
2205
2206 This is gmenu_tree_iter_next().
2207
2208 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2209
2210 commit e71520d5d2ccc4392b046e5feb84349d71a2c69f
2211 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2212 Date: Sun Jun 12 12:11:31 2011 +0200
2213
2214 libmenu: Handle GenericName for .directory files
2215
2216 While we do not strictly need them right now, this is allowed by the
2217 specification and might be used later.
2218
2219 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2220 M libmenu/desktop-entries.h
2221 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2222 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2223
2224 commit f29590a8c3771af47debf75c929170fe59877dce
2225 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2226 Date: Sun Jun 12 11:53:59 2011 +0200
2227
2228 libmenu: Fix desktop_entry_copy() for .desktop file
2229
2230 We were not dealing with the appinfo field at all.
2231
2232 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2233
2234 commit 0d5f1909518f86d7283cde404e9470e6f55a42d2
2235 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2236 Date: Sun Jun 12 11:41:20 2011 +0200
2237
2238 libmenu: Rename gmenu_tree_alias_get_item_type
2239
2240 Renamed to gmenu_tree_alias_get_aliased_item_type, to avoid any
2241 potential confusion about the typoe of what item this is.
2242
2243 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2244 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2245
2246 commit 4d96af04a6d1d2e211c2005cc9d03d2b0e1a85c0
2247 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2248 Date: Sun Jun 12 11:33:16 2011 +0200
2249
2250 libmenu: Drop gmenu_tree_entry_get_is_nodisplay() from header
2251
2252 The function got dropped, and having a similar function in
2253 GDesktopAppInfo would be the right thing to do.
2254
2255 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.h
2256
2257 commit f587ca8642070892fd4172ab01735c4a0789dc19
2258 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2259 Date: Sun Jun 12 11:12:42 2011 +0200
2260
2261 libmenu: Remove unneeded cast
2262
2263 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2264
2265 commit 2167c042bc089ba1e570ac9ba60dcdddb1d1d3c3
2266 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2267 Date: Sun Jun 12 11:05:52 2011 +0200
2268
2269 libmenu: Rename desktop_entry_desktop_get_icon to desktop_entry_get_icon
2270
2271 The additional desktop in the name was confusing.
2272
2273 M libmenu/desktop-entries.c
2274 M libmenu/desktop-entries.h
2275 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2276
2277 commit 0f7d374006f32559893629fba47fecfaa031d4f8
2278 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2279 Date: Sun Jun 12 10:53:05 2011 +0200
2280
2281 libmenu: Fix getting the flags property
2282
2283 This was not handled at all.
2284
2285 M libmenu/gmenu-tree.c
2286
2287 commit 0eaed2f94d52a8b03263e5976a4d16104546929c
2288 Author: Vincent Untz <vuntz@gnome.org>
2289 Date: Sun Jun 12 10:39:54 2011 +0200
2290
2291 libmenu: Drop support for "KDE Desktop Entry" group
2292
2293 This was deprecated for years, and with the move to GDesktopAppInfo, we
2294 don't support this group for .desktop files anyway, so it makes no sense
2295