ANNOUNCE: gcalctool - v4.3.29

(Well I get to join the elite group of GNOME developers who have generated
two releases of their project on the same day).




gcalctool is the default GNOME desktop calculator.

It has Basic, Financial and Scientific modes. Internally it uses multiple
precision arithmetic to produce results to a high degree of accuracy.

This re-release is for the GNOME 2.5.1 call for tarballs.

Changes since the last version (4.3.28).

* Fixed bug 128603 (
  The changes for enhancement request #126626 which added thousands
  separator support caused a crash at startup time on a Debian system.
  The initial constant strings are being put in read-only memory either
  by gcc (or because of the way that x86 arch is designed). This was
  not a problem when tested with the Sun compilers on a Solaris SPARC
  machine. The remove_tsep() routine is display.c has been rewritten
  to correctly handle this.


    [Although some of the ftp mirrors may take a little while to sync].

Rich Burridge			        Email: rich burridge Sun COM
Sun Microsystems Inc. (MPK14-260),	Phone: +1.650.786.5188
4150 Network Circle,		        AIM/YAHOO: RicBurridge
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