Re: [ANNOUNCE] libchamplain 0.5.2

On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 1:49 AM, Jiří Techet <techet gmail com> wrote:
Hello everyone,

it has been a long time since the last 0.5.x release at the end of
January. There have been many changes since then in the libchamplain
development. One of them is the change of the libchamplain maintainer
- the maintainership has been passed to me by Pierre-Luc. Many thanks
to him for the great idea to create this library and bring it to life!
I'll do my best to continue in his work.
Great work so far :)

So what has changed since the last release? Here is the summary:

* Removal of unmaintained mono bindings, removal of perl bindings
 (will be distributed separately)
The Perl bindings are still distributed through CPAN:

Their source code is now in separated repositories:

So if you encounter problems of any kind (build issues,
strange console warnings, stability issues, API functions not working
correctly, bindings problems), please report them to libchamplain's
bugzilla. There is currently one bug that worries me a bit:

The problem is that I'm not able to reproduce it so I'm not sure if
it's caused by some strange linux setup or if it is a more widespread
problem. Please add a "me too" comment to the bug if you experience it
as well.
I've finished updating the Perl bindings so I can get back to this bug. Sorry for letting this one stagnate but there have been big changes in libchamplain and the bindings took some time.

This took more time since the addition of libmemphis required the creation the bindings for that library too! I believe that the bindings of libmemphis are now done. I wrote my last patch for libmemphis yesterday and I'm waiting for a few patches to be reviewed with upstream.

Hopefully I can get back to work with this bug this evening.
Emmanuel Rodriguez

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