libgdata 0.13.2 released

libgdata 0.13.2 is now available from:

fd2ff9542ef9ad392eb8f6c9dc5f827f642982efeb0eddce4884891075e75abe  libgdata-0.13.2.changes
3dc4e3529b4bf13d4ae4ef7cc4d74c3b5c90bd96e7d9fa83db2066a2b9a36330  libgdata-0.13.2.tar.xz

libgdata has switched to a traditional even–odd/stable–unstable
versioning scheme, making this the third in a line of unstable releases
eventually leading to a stable 0.14.0 release.

This is mostly a translation update release. It includes some exciting
new code coverage stuff in the build system (from gnome-common), and
adds a missing libxml2 dependency to

About libgdata

libgdata is a GLib-based library for accessing online service APIs using
the GData protocol — most notably, Google's services. It provides APIs
to access the common Google services, and has full asynchronous support.

Overview of changes from libgdata 0.13.1 to libgdata 0.13.2

Major changes:
 • Expand the documentation and add more examples
 • Explicitly check for libxml2 in configure
 • Port code coverage support to use gnome-common

Bugs fixed:
 • Bug 683209 — Port to gnome-common code coverage macros

Updated translations:
 • as (Nilamdyuti Goswami)
 • bg (Alexander Shopov)
 • ca (Joan Duran)
 • cs (Marek Černocký)
 • da (Ask H. Larsen)
 • de (Mario Blättermann)
 • el (Tom Tryfonidis)
 • es (Daniel Mustieles)
 • fr (Alexandre Franke)
 • gl (Fran Dieguez, Leandro Regueiro)
 • hi (Rajesh Ranjan)
 • hu (Gabor Kelemen)
 • it (Milo Casagrande)
 • ko (Changwoo Ryu)
 • lt (Aurimas Černius)
 • lv (Rūdolfs Mazurs)
 • ml (Anish A)
 • pa (A S Alam)
 • pl (Piotr Drąg)
 • pt (António Lima)
 • pt_BR (Rafael Ferreira)
 • ru (Yuri Kozlov)
 • te (Krishnababu Krothapalli)
 • th (Akom Chotiphantawanon)
 • tr (Muhammet Kara)
 • vi (Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy)
 • zh_HK (Chao-Hsiung Liao)
 • zh_TW (Chao-Hsiung Liao)

Philip Withnall
September 30, 2012

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