libgdata 0.14.1 released

libgdata 0.14.1 is now available from:

ef083826c29750e543aca062b96c59a605c9a28a89b21ecb8e0715e197930159  libgdata-0.14.1.changes
68bbb2cb70028d79edfaec17184389275044fd58bf881e36df2663e7e191ff1a  libgdata-0.14.1.tar.xz

libgdata has switched to a traditional even–odd/stable–unstable
versioning scheme, making this the second in the stable 0.14.x series.

This is the “Away, damned mosquito” release. This includes several
build fixes, notably for C++ and -fstrict-aliasing. It also eliminates
use of some GTK+ and GLib deprecated symbols.

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 0.14.0 to libgdata 0.14.1

Major changes:
 • Fix build with recent gnome-common versions
 • Fix build and installed header files for C++
 • Remove deprecated function calls
 • Fix compilation with -fstrict-aliasing

Bugs fixed:
 • Bug 712565 — Fix compilation's warnings
 • Bug 719647 — gdata-goa-authorizer.h broken for C++

Philip Withnall
December 19, 2013

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