ANNOUNCE: Clutter 1.11.10 (snapshot)

Good news, everyone!

A new Clutter snapshot is now available at:

SHA256 Checksum:


Additionally, a git clone of the source tree:
  git clone git://

will include a signed 1.11.10 tag which points to a commit named:

which can be verified with:
  git verify-tag 1.11.10

and can be checked out with a command such as:
  git checkout -b build 1.11.10

Clutter is a library for creating compelling, dynamic and portable graphical
user interfaces. Clutter is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser
General Public License, version 2.1 or (at your option) later.

Clutter depends on:
  GLib ≥ 2.31.19
  JSON-GLib ≥ 0.12.0
  Cogl ≥ 1.9.6
  Cairo ≥ 1.10
  Pango ≥ 1.30
  Atk ≥ 2.5.3

Clutter also has platform-specific dependencies; for more information, see
the README file included in the release.


Release Notes:
  - This is an unstable snapshot of Clutter; there are no compatibility
    guarantees for API added during a development cycle.
  - This version is API and ABI compatible with the current stable
    release of Clutter.
  - Installing the contents of this release will overwrite the files
    from the installation of the current release of Clutter.
  - Bugs should be reported on the Clutter Bugzilla product, at:

  • List of changes since Clutter 1.11.8

    - Add support for multiple touch points in GestureAction
    GestureAction subclasses can now define the number of touch points they
    require in order to start recognising a gesture.

    - Add a RotateAction
    A GestureAction subclass that requires two touch points to rotate the
    actor to which it has been applied.

    - Generate crossing events for touch devices

    - Respect ClutterStage.set_motion_events_enabled() for touch events

    - Fix a regression in discrete scroll events emission
    When using XInput 2, the scroll events generated through buttons (e.g.
    mouse wheel) should only be emitted on ButtonPress, to match the semantics
    of the X11 core device handling.

    - Add progress functions defined in CSS3-Transitions
    The CSS3 Transitions specification defines various timing functions:

      steps                     cubic-bezier
      step-start                ease
      step-end                  ease-in

    These are now available to be used with ClutterTimeline.

    - Add ClutterActor::transition-stopped
    The ::transition-stopped signal is emitted each time a Transition
    associated to an actor is stopped (using the same sematincs as the
    ClutterTimeline::stopped signal); it is also a detailed signal, so that
    it's possible to connect a handler for a specific Transition name.

    - Add ClutterActor.transform
    The :transform property allows overriding all the decomposed
    transformations of an actor, like scale and rotate; the transformation
    is applied relative to the actor's allocated origin and pivot point.

    - Documentation and build fixes

    - Translations update
     Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong and Taiwan), Spanish, Galician,
     Serbian, Greek.

  • List of bugs fixed since Clutter 1.11.8

    #678586 - Modifiy ClutterGestureAction to support multi touch and multiple
    #680088 - Duplicate mouse wheel scroll events with xinput enabled
    #678587 - Add ClutterRotationAction
    #679797 - Missing enter/leave events generation for touch events
    #680174 - Add clutter_event_is_pointer_emulated() to distinguish emulated
              scroll events
    #680751 - clutter_stage_set_motion_events_enabled() is not honoured with
              CLUTTER_TOUCH_UPDATE events
    #680752 - Touch cancel events are not processed by Clutter

Many thanks to:

  Lionel Landwerlin, Chao-Hsiung Liao, Tom Tryfonidis, Мирослав Николић,
  Daniel Mustieles, Emanuele Aina, Fran Diéguez, Piotr Drąg.

Have fun with Clutter!



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