ANNOUNCE: Beagle 0.3.5

 Do not let the blogs and articles fool you into thinking this is a
 Fool's day email. You know you can't be fooled, so take a deep breath and
 read on...

 Announcing the release of Beagle 0.3.5 (Standard disclaimers apply).
 We have taken another attempt at building beagle without breaking
 anything and this time we fixed building with recent NDesk-DBus. We
 also fixed regressions in beagle-search where beagle-search window
 could appear grey when the shortcut key is pressed and/or
 beagle-search could crash when shortcut key is pressed. Enjoy. Oh, and
 now the epiphany extension also supports Epiphany 2.22.

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

 Link to tarball:

 Beagle is a Linux desktop-independent service which transparently and
 unobtrusively indexes your data in real-time.  For example:

 * Files are immediately indexed when they are created, are re-indexed
  when they are modified, and are dropped from the index upon deletion.
 * E-mails are indexed upon arrival.
 * IM conversations are indexed as you chat, a line at a time.
 * Web pages are indexed as you view them (with a browser extension).
 * Notes and address-book entries are indexed as they are created.

 Beagle supports many different data sources and file formats.  For a
 complete listing, visit:

 Beagle uses the Lucene indexing system from the Apache project and the
 prodigious Doug Cutting, ported to .NET by George Aroush.

 Beagle includes an optional GNOME-based graphical tool for searching
 its indexes. Also included is an experimental web based search interface.

 To learn more about Beagle, visit:

 NOTABLE CHANGES between 0.3.4 and 0.3.5

 * Fix build with recent NDesk-DBus.

 * Fix building of Epiphany extension and add support for Epiphany 2.22.

 * Fix a grey window bug and a crash on pressing shortcut key in
 beagle-search (debian #473285, gentoo #201093-comment-48).

 Contributors to this release: Arun Raghavan, Debajyoti Bera.

 Full set of changes:


 * Beagled might wake up the CPU even when idle. This is due to certain
 limitations in mono.
 * Presence of procmail log files in a users' KMail directory can cause
 problems with GMime. This is fixed with GMime 2.2.16.
 * Some users are reporting this crash in gmime "gmime-ERROR **: file
 gmime-stream-fs.c: line 280 (stream_seek): should not be reached":
 This is a bug in GMime when built with LFS support (see
 * Some files and directories for users with a non-UTF8 locale might
 not be correctly handled. We are working on this.

 - dBera
 Debajyoti Bera @

Debajyoti Bera @
beagle / KDE fan
Mandriva / Inspiron-1100 user

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