GNOME System Tools 2.31.1 released

GNOME System Tools Version 2.31.1, 2010-05-24

The GNOME System Tools version 2.31.1 have been released.

The GNOME System Tools are a set of cross-platform configuration
utilities for Linux and other Unix systems. The frontends know nothing
about the underlying system and provide the same user interface across
the different types of systems. Internally they use the Liboobs library.

  - Migrate to GSettings
  - Build with -DGSEAL_ENABLED (Andre Klapper)
  - Fix a few warnings

  - Show login instead of (null) for users with no Real name
  - Fix Add/Delete buttons not growing enough to hold their labels
  - Fix incorrect English sentence in new user dialog
  - Update users list when GConf keys are changed
  - Don't hang when new and old password are too similar
  - Escape user name and login before passing it to tree view
  - Fix password label changing size
  - Fix updating users list when conf key is changed
  - Fix string about password length

  - Fix wrong capitalization in documentation

  - Remove deprecated GtkWidget flags in EMap and re-sync with Evolution

  - ca valencia, courtesy of Joan Duran
  - en shaw, courtesy of Thomas Thurman
  - es, courtesy of Jorge González
  - et, courtesy of Mattias Põldaru
  - gl, courtesy of Francisco Diéguez
  - ms, courtesy of Ahmed Noor Kader Mustajir Md Eusoff


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