Eye of Gnome 0.114.0 released (Gnome2)


"Eye of Gnome" 0.114.0 has been released.

* What is "Eye of Gnome"?

  Eye of Gnome is an image viewer for the Gnome desktop, which uses the Gnome
  infrastructure intensively (like bonobo and gnome-vfs). For Nautilus2 the
  bonobo component of EoG is also used as the default image viewer. EoG shows
  and zooms even large images quickly and in very good quality.

* Changes/fixes in this release:

  * zooming fixes
  * memory leak fixes
  * documentation fixes                               (John Fleck)
  * don't ask for collection component when there are
    multiple files on the command line
  * link with popt explicitly                         (Laszlo Peter)
  * save preference settings through gconf
  * Updated translations:
    Valek Filippov (ru), Stanislav Visnovsky (sk), Zbigniew Chyla (pl),
    Hasbullah Bin Pit (ms), Ole Laursen (da), Takayuki KUSANO (ja),
    Kjartan Maraas (no), Jarkko Ranta (fi)

* Translator notes:

  Since the string freeze has been thawed by the release team, it's likely
  that there will be a handful of string changes in the next release.

* Requirements:

  EoG 0.114.0 needs the latest Gnome2 development platform.

* Availability:


Please report all bugs and/or feature requests through bugzilla.gnome.org.
Use the EOG module and choose version HEAD then.

Happy bug hunting,


"Wer die Freiheit aufgibt, um Sicherheit zu gewinnen, wird am Ende beides
verlieren." -- Benjamin Franklin

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