GNOME Power Manager 2.29.2 released

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon that makes it easy to manage the
power on your laptop or desktop system.

Version 2.29.2
Released: 2009-02-01

* Translations
 - Updated Bulgarian translation (Alexander Shopov)
 - Updated Welsh translation (Iestyn Pryce)
 - Updated Bengali translation (Jamil Ahmed)
 - Updated Spanish translation (Jorge González)
 - Updated Arabic translation (Khaled Hosny)
 - Updated Norwegian bokmål translation (Kjartan Maraas)
 - Updated Thai translation (Theppitak Karoonboonyanan)
 - updated Tamil translation (vasudeven)
 - Updated Slovenian translation (Matej Urbančič)
 - Updated Estonian translation (Mattias Põldaru)
 - Updated Ukrainian translation (Maxim V. Dziumanenko)
 - Updated Vietnamese translation (Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy)

* New Features:
 - Move the power management preferences into the hardware section of
the control center (Richard Hughes)
 - Use the name of 'Power' for the power management preferences
capplet (Richard Hughes)

* Bugfix:
 - Don't rely on the cached value of the lid status, to fix a double
suspend issue (Chow Loong Jin)
 - Add just_resumed flag to inhibit consolekit events just after we
resumed (Chow Loong Jin)
 - Don't automatically suspend if there are suspend inhibits (Chris Coulson)
 - Do not exit if hal is not available (Martin Pitt)
 - Only connect to HAL if there is no xrandr backlight hardware (Martin Pitt)
 - Use -lm to fix the compile when linking with --as-needed (Richard Hughes)
 - Fix compile when using an ld that defaults to --as-needed (Richard Hughes)
 - Enable the help action in gnome-power-statistics. Fixes #607005
(Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure the window is realized before we invalidate it. Fixes
#604918 (Richard Hughes)
 - Don't show the user a sleep failed link pointing to the quirk site
(Richard Hughes)
 - Show the device name even when using UPower (Richard Hughes)

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