Meld 1.3.3 released

Hi all,

Hoping to set a good precedent by not breaking things, this release
focuses on grinding down a few sharp edges, and will hopefully make
life a little bit nicer for people. This is hopefully the last release
in the lead-up to the 1.4 'stable' series.

Meld 1.3.3 (Productive Train Journey) is out!

New stuff in this release includes:

 * Highlight currently focused change (Kai Willadsen)

 * Add ability to check if version control repos are valid (Peter Tyser)

 * Support multiple-file undo/redo operations after save (Kai Willadsen)

 * Performance improvements, bug fixes and sundry contributions
   (Piotr Piastucki, Alexander Smishlajev, Robert Wahler, Kai Willadsen)

 * Translation updates:
   de (Mario Blättermann), es (Jorge González), fr (Bruno Brouard),
   ja (Takeshi AIHANA), sl (Matej Urbančič), zh_CN (Tao Wang)

This release can be downloaded from:

What is Meld?

Meld is a visual diff and merge tool. It lets you compare two or three files,
and updates the comparisons while you edit them in-place. You can also compare
folders, launching comparisons of individual files as desired. Last but by no
means least, Meld lets you work with your current changes in a wide variety of
version control systems, including Git, Bazaar, Mercurial, Subversion and CVS.

Kai Willadsen

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