[ANNOUNCE] LibUnique 1.0.4 (stable)

hi everyone;

LibUnique 1.0.4 is now available at:


MD5 Checksum:

  6691a55b3ca0943f5824d7bdc73927da  unique-1.0.4.tar.gz

LibUnique is everyone's (least) favorite library for writing single
instance applications. LibUnique makes it easy to write this kind of
applications by providing a base class, taking care of all the IPC
machinery needed to send messages to a running instance, and also
handling the startup notification side. 

Unique aims to replace the BaconMessageConnection code that has been
copied by many projects, and the equivalent code using Bonobo or D-Bus. 


  - This is the third stable release of LibUnique.
  - The API is finalized and frozen; further releases of the
    1.x series will be API and ABI compatible.
  - Web site: http://live.gnome.org/LibUnique


  - gobject-2.0 >= 2.12
  - gtk+-2.0 >= 2.11
  - dbus-glib-1 (optional)

List of changes for 1.0.4:

* Plug a leak in UniqueMessageData [Cosimo Cecchi]
* Fix raw getter for UniqueMessageData
* Make libunique behave correctly on OpenBSD [Landry Breuil]

Since I apparently missed the announcement for the 1.0.2 release, here
are the changes for that one as well:

List of changes for 1.0.2:

* Various compilation warnings fixed
* Add raw data getter for UniqueMessageData
* Add filename accessor pair for UniqueMessageData
* Fix linking with --as-needed
* Support libtool 2.2
* Do not export private functions symbols

Special thanks to:
- Cosimo Cecchi
- Landry Breuil
- Alex Larsson

Since this release, LibUnique has been branched for the 1.2 development
cycle; the stable branch is 'unique-1.0', while the development will
happen in the 'master' branch.


Emmanuele Bassi,
W: http://www.emmanuelebassi.net
B: http://log.emmanuelebassi.net

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