ANNOUNCE: Glom 1.15.2

*** Glom

With Glom you can design table definitions and the relationships between 
them, plus arrange the fields on the screen. You can edit and search the 
data in those tables, and specify field values in terms of other fields. 
It's as easy as it should be.

More information and screenshots are at

1.15.2 (unstable):

* Field Formatting: Related Choices: Add a Show All checkbox, so that
  the list of choices can be restricted according to the relationship,
  instead of just showing all values in the related table.
  This allows the Choices to be used to narrow down a choice based on a
  choice in another field.
  (Murray Cumming) Bug #625536 (fmyhr)
* Allow unique fields with same name in multiple tables.
  (Murray Cumming) Bug #625192 (fmyhr).
* Developer menu: Added Export Backup and Restore Backup menu items.
  These use PostgreSQL's pg_dump and pg_restore utilities, wrapping the
  dump and .glom file up in a .tar.gz.
  As well as allowing backups of data, this should make it easier to upgrade
  the PostgreSQL version, which some distros do automatically when upgrading
  to new major versions of Glom. This is possible because pg_restore can
  work with the pg_dump output of an older PostgreSQL version.
  See also:
  (Murray Cumming)
* Build:
  - Explicitly link with libdl for Python module loading test.
  (David King)
  - Rename the library to libglom-1-16 to be parallel-installable with
  - Adapt to the latest libgdamm API.
  (Murray Cumming)

1.15.1 (unstable):

* Uses Gnome::Gda::SqlBuilder in most places to avoid manually building SQL
  query strings. This should be more robust and safer.
  (Murray Cumming)
* Correct the position of "Records / Found" labels.
  (Daniel Borgmann)
* Find:
  - Make Find mode a toggle and move it to the Edit menu.
  - Fix a crash when using find mode.
  (Daniel Borgmann)
* List view:
  - Don't add a new row when cancelling editing of a placeholder row.
  - Don't allow placeholder rows to be delteted.
  (Daniel Borgmann)
* Build libglom and pyglom API documentation.
  (Murray Cumming, Daniel Elstner)

Murray Cumming
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