ANNOUNCE: Libbeagle 0.3.5

  I am pleased to announce Libbeagle-0.3.5. Earlier the API was
inconsistent in how the methods handle a C-string parameter. Arun
found and fixed all such instances for this release. An earlier change
to nautilus-search-engine-beagle.c [1] could crash with earlier
Libbeagle; this release fixes that problem.

Beagle is a Linux desktop-independent service which transparently and
unobtrusively indexes your data in real-time. Libbeagle is C library
which can be used to communicate with Beagle. Libbeagle as such does
not depend on Beagle or Mono but obviously requires Beagle to work.

To download the 0.3.5 release or learn more about Beagle, visit
the Beagle web page:

NOTABLE CHANGES between 0.3.4 and 0.3.5

* Correctly deal with passed strings in functions. The earlier
behaviour was inconsistent
and could lead to crashes or leaks.

* Fix memory leaks and remove redundant code.

Contributors to this release: Arun Raghavan

Full set of changes:

- dBera


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