Rygel 0.17.3


A new unstable release for Rygel

Changes compared to 0.17.2:

- Really bump Vala requirement as announced in previous version.
- Remove obsolete --enable-test-plugin configure option.
- Don't run tests by default.

 - Add serialisation of containers to DIDL_S playlist format.
 - Generate thumbnails for native files only.
 - Add support for playlist items.
 - Support DIDL_S DLNA profile.

 - Update "Implementing server plugins" docs.
 - Add "Implementing renderer" docs.
 - Some general improvements.

 - Fix building against recent tracker releases.

 - Mark some strings for translation.
 - Add PresetNameList to initial notify.
 - Set correct track numbers.
 - Support DIDL_S playlists.
 - Some state notification fixes.
 - Add GetCurrentTransportActions UPnP call.

 - Add 3GPP mime-type.
 - Properly query duration using DURATION_CHANGED message and really check if
   the pipeline knows its TIME and not just its size.

 - C version of the example renderer.

 - Reenable media art extraction.
 - Fix a critical on harvesting.
 - Fix an upload issue with the method to mark an item as a place-holder.
 - Support playlist items.

All contributors to this release:
  Jens Georg <jensg openismus com>
  Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com>
  Krzesimir Nowak <krnowak openismus com>
  Mark Ryan <mark d ryan intel com>

Bugs fixed in this release
  - https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=686638

Known issues:
 - Transcoding to WMV is not working properly, streams are audio-only.

Changes in dependencies
  - Vala 0.18

Download source tarball here: http://download.gnome.org/sources/rygel/0.17/

What is Rygel?

Rygel is a home media solution that allows you to easily share audio, video and
pictures, and control of media player on your home network. In technical terms
it is both a UPnP AV MediaServer and MediaRenderer implemented through a plug-in
mechanism. Interoperability with other devices in the market is achieved by
conformance to very strict requirements of DLNA and on the fly conversion of
media to format that client devices are capable of handling.

More information at our project home page: http://www.rygel-project.org

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