- From: Shaun McCance <shaunm gnome org>
- To: gnome-announce-list gnome org
- Cc: release-team gnome org, gnome-doc-list gnome org
- Subject: Yelp 2.5.4
- Date: 04 Feb 2004 18:09:13 -0600
Yelp 2.5.4: "Amber"
I'm pleased to announced the "Amber" release of Yelp, which has been
anticipated highly by 15 year-olds the world over.
What is it?
"World's best bike."
Yelp is the default help browser for GNOME 2. Yelp can read help files
in HTML or DocBook format.
"I'm a loner, Dottie. A rebel."
* Massive amount of mind-numbing work in fixing various scrolling
issues, including pages loading at the bottom of the page (#131305)
and not scrolling to anchors (#93721). (Shaun McCance)
* Build fix in yelp-window.c. (Mikael Hallendal)
* Handle mailto: URIs correctly again. (Shaun McCance)
* Fix double history problem on first page of a document. (Shaun
* Fix history problem for any external links. (Shaun McCance)
* Some stylistic changes to the stylesheets. (Shaun McCance)
* Don't leak massive amounts of memory in yelp-window.c. (Shaun McCance)
* Nicer automatic chunk depth determination. (Shaun McCance)
* Handle XInclude properly. (Shaun McCance)
* Work around libxml2 bug (now fixed, but I don't want to depend
on that recent of a version) which caused the TOC not to get
loaded if there was a single bad OMF file. (Shaun McCance)
* Allow relative paths to file on the command line. (Shaun McCance)
* Updated translations:
az (Mətin Əmirov)
cs (Miloslav Trmac)
da (Ole Laursen
de (Christian Neumair)
el (Kostas Papadimas)
es (Francisco Javier F. Serrador)
fr (Christophe Merlet)
ga (Alastair McKinstry)
hu (Andras Timar)
ja (Takeshi AIHANA)
ko (Changwoo Ryu)
lt (Žygimantas Beručka)
ms (Hasbullah Bin Pit)
nl (Vincent van Adrighem)
no (Kjartan Maraas)
pl (Artur Flinta)
pt (Duarte Loreto)
pt_BR (Estêvão Samuel Procópio)
sq (Laurent Dhima)
sr (Danilo Šegan)
sr Latn (Danilo Šegan)
sv (Christian Rose)
"C'mon, Simone. Let's talk about your big but."
The 2.5.x series do not have working man and info converters, so these
will be regressions in the stable 2.6 releases. SGML support has also
been dropped, due to dropped support in libxml2.
Where can I get it?
"There's no basement in the Alamo!"
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