ANNOUNCE: tracker 0.10.22 released (stable)

Where can I get it?

What is it?

Tracker is a semantic data storage for desktop and mobile devices. Tracker uses W3C standards for RDF ontologies using Nepomuk with SPARQL to query and update the data.

Tracker is a central repository of user information, that provides two big benefits for the user; shared data between applications and information which is relational to other information (for example: mixing contacts with files, locations, activities and etc.).

What's New?


  * Fixes: GB#655987, VAPI file lacks annotation for MinerManager
* Fixes: GB#655789, Some TrackerMinerManager methods lack introspection annotations
  * Fixes: GB#655880, Firefox extension: not compatible with Firefox 6
  * Fixes: NB#269986, Poor performnace with different music files
  * Fixes: NB#270774, Improve UpdateArray performance
  * Fixes: NB#271747, Support xsd:date
* Fixes: NB#271389, Extraction of album art fails for a particular .mp3 file * Fixes: NB#254896, tracker-miner-fs should resume pause if pausing clients crash
  * Fixes: NB#274181, Attached file's album art is not extracted right
  * Fixes: NB#274498, Adding tag to song causes update quad flood
* Fixes: NB#273120, After disconnecting from USB mass storage mode apps takes a long time to display content
  * SPARQL: Add support for HAVING
  * SPARQL: Add support for COALESCE
* libtracker-miner: Added APIs for pausing miners during process life time
  * tracker-extract: Support DLNA profiles for JPEG, PNG and MP3 modules
  * tracker-extract-playlist: Limit playlists to 1000 entries
  * tracker-extract-gstreamer: Assume UTC for dates
* tracker-writeback: Refactor writeback so miner-fs performs more of the operation itself
  * tracker-writeback: Deprecate IgnoreNextUpdate API
* tracker-control: Added --pause-for-process for potentially crash worthy processes
  * tracker-preferences: Fix apply button


  * Updated pt_BR: Gabriel Speckhahn



Where can I find out more?

You can visit the project web site:

05 August 2011
Tracker team

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