colord 0.1.8 released!

colord is a system activated daemon that maps devices to color profiles.

Version 0.1.8
Released: 2011-06-02

 - Add Japanese translation (Ryo Fujita)

New Features:
 - Add a 'Created' property to the Profile interface (Richard Hughes)
 - Add an basic ColorMunki native sensor driver (Richard Hughes)
 - Add an explicit 'webcam' device kind (Richard Hughes)
 - Add a timestamp when making profiles default (Richard Hughes)
 - Add support for reading and writing ICC profile metadata (Richard Hughes)
 - Allow the client to pass file descriptors out of band to
CreateProfile (Richard Hughes)
 - Manually remove the date from profiles to make them look nicer in
the GUI (Richard Hughes)
 - Prettify the device vendor and model names (Richard Hughes)
 - Split out the sensors into runtime-loadable shared objects (Richard Hughes)
 - libcolord: Add a cd_device_kind_to_profile_kind() utility function
(Richard Hughes)
 - libcolord: Add preprocessor defines for the device and profile
property and metadata names (Richard Hughes)
 - libcolord: Add some simple helpers to check objects for equality
(Richard Hughes)
 - libcolord: Add the helper function cd_profile_get_age() (Richard Hughes)
 - libcolord: Provide some GIO async variants for the methods in
CdClient (Richard Hughes)

 - Allow setting the 'Colorspace' property on profile objects (Richard Hughes)
 - Bump glib requirement to 2.28 in (Adrien Bustany)
 - Do not return a 4-double triple for Sensor.GetSample() (Richard Hughes)
 - Do not try to register a second identical instance of a device on
the bus (Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure empty strings are specially parsed as NULL (Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure GPhoto2 devices get added to the device list (Richard Hughes)
 - Fix the gtk-doc build (Richard Hughes)
 - If the user tries to register a second identical profile don't
return an error (Richard Hughes)
 - Simplify vendor cleanup code (Bastien Nocera)
 - Use the FILE_checksum metadata for profiles created without
internal checksums (Richard Hughes)
 - When creating a device with an existing virtual device promote it
to a physical device (Richard Hughes)

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