Anjuta 2.91.2 released

What is Anjuta DevStudio?

Anjuta DevStudio is a versatile software development studio featuring a
number of advanced programming facilities including project management,
application wizard, interactive debugger, source editor, version
control, GUI designer, profiler and many more tools. It focuses on
providing simple and usable user interface, yet powerful for efficient

Anjuta 2.91.2 "Remember the days when we ported from Gtk+ 1.2 to 2.0?" -- Johannes Schmid

WARNING: This is an unstable release! It's the first released based on the
GNOME 3.x library set and a such it may kill your kitten though it's unlikely.

- Everything works with gtk+-3.0 now. gconf replaced with GSettings, etc.
- Switch to enable/disable modeline detection
- Automatic completion of comments with "*"

- Glade hasn't been ported to gtk+-3.0 yet and isn't available
- class-inheritance isn't build because of missing foocanvas for gtk+-3.0
- gtodo is disabled and will probably be removed soon
- terminal plugin hasn't been ported to GSettings, yet

Bugs fixed:
bgo#600407 - Missing LIBXML_CFLAGS and LIBXML_LIBS
bgo#627105 - Mark default diff filenames for translation
bgo#577595 - Prepend comment with *
bgo#625903 - Port to GSettings
bgo#625978 - configure failure in gtk+-3.0 environment
bgo#631952 - better GObject-Introspection support for new-project branch
bgo#633661 - vala support is automagic

Thanks to: Abderrahim Kitouni, Andika Triwidada, Carles Ferrando,
Eugenia Gabrielova, Evgeny Grablyk, Florian Ludwig, Gabor Kelemen,
Giannis Katsampirhs, Javier Jardón, Jens Georg, Joan Duran, Jorge González,
Josseline Mouette, knight2000, Mario Blättermann, Matej Urbančič, 
Nanci de Brito Bonfim, Pacho Ramos, Sébastien Granjoux, Takayuki KUSANO



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