Rygel 0.8.0 (Won't Get Fooled Again)

Rygel 0.8.0 (Won't Get Fooled Again) is out!

The first release in the new stable 0.8.x series for GNOME 2.32.

- Don't add 'modelDescription' node in device description if already added.
- Generate XML files from templates at build time so we can strip out
  newlines and leading whitespace to improve our IOP with some devices in
  the market that use some crappy XML parsers.
- Don't let libxml add a newline after the 'xml' header node.
- rygel-preferences:
  - Use correct Gtk+ Vala API version.
- MediaExport:
  - Add null checks to avoid crash in environments where standard XDG folders
    are undefined or unknown to glib.
- Localization:
  - Make .desktop files translatable.
  - Add Lithuanian translation.
  - Add Arabic translation
  - Add Brazilian Portuguese translation.
  - Add Indonesian translation.
  - Update simplified Chinese translation.
  - Update Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong and Taiwan) translation.
  - Update Estonian translation.
  - Add Estonian (et) to LINGUAS.
  - Update Danish translation.
  - Update Russian translation.
  - Update Dutch translation.

Bugs fixed in this release:

626196 - OPPO DBP-80/83 (Actually fixed this time)
629378 - Make the .desktop files localizable

All contributors to this release:

Zeeshan Ali (Khattak) <zeeshanak gnome org>
Alexander Saprykin <xelfium gmail com>
Aron Xu <aronxu gnome org>
Chao-Hsiung Liao <j_h_liau yahoo com tw>
Dirgita <dirgitadevina yahoo co id>
Djavan Fagundes <djavan comum org>
Gabor Kelemen <kelemeng gnome hu>
Ivar Smolin <okul linux ee>
Kenneth Nielsen <k nielsen81 gmail com>
Khaled Hosny <khaledhosny eglug org>
Mattias Põldaru <mahfiaz gmail com>
Priit Laes <plaes plaes org>
Wouter Bolsterlee <wbolster gnome org>
Žygimantas Beručka <zygis gnome org>
Mario Blätterman
Wouter Bolsterlee

Download source tarball here: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/rygel/0.8/

What is Rygel?

Rygel is a collection of DLNA (UPnP AV) services implemented through a plug-in
mechanism. UPnP in simplest words is a set of protocols that defines how
different devices on a home network can seamlessly (without or with minimum
configuration) communicate with each other. UPnP AV defines how multimedia
systems could be built on top of that. DLNA in simple words is a long list of
rules that implementers must comply to if they want to achieve interoperability
with other implementations in the market.

More info at project home page: http://live.gnome.org/Rygel


Zeeshan Ali (Khattak)
FSF member#5124

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