gnome-pilot 2.0.15 released

Gnome Pilot 2.0.15 has been released.

Gnome Pilot lets you synchronize your gnome applications with your
PalmOS based devices.  It can be used to back up your data, install
files, or to synchronize your contacts, calendar, and memos
with Evolution.

This is primarily a bugfix release, to patch issues that cropped up
with the new features introduced in version 2.0.14.

Many thanks to the users who've helped by reporting and
patching bugs, and as ever to the translation team.

bugzilla.gnome issues fixed in this release:
   - #357602.  Fix memory leak in the usbfs scanning code (with
	       thanks to Brian Warner)
   - #362565.  Add a 400ms pause between HAL detection of a USB
	       device and the first attempt to sync.  Several
	       devices were reported to reset themselves if
	       communication was attempted too soon after the
	       first appearance of the USB device.
   - #365181.  Fix a long-standing bug that probably turned up
	       now because of the multiple attempts to add a new
	       pilot due to #362565.  Avoid accessing freed memory
	       when the 'add pilot' dialog is opened multiple times.
   - #364589.  With thanks to Glynn Foster.  Tweaks to window
	       placement to support multihead displays.  Also,
	       added missing description to .server file for
	       panel applet.

Other changes:
   - Maintainership has passed from JP Rosevear to Matt Davey.
     Many thanks to JP for stepping in when gnome-pilot could
     otherwise have died a nasty death by abandonment.

Matt Davey
22 November 2006

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