Gnome2::GConf 1.021

The “An Address Indicates Where It Is” release.

New release of the Perl bindings for GConf, in time for the incoming GNOME 2.13.4 release.

This version sports a bindings for the Gnome2::GConf::Engine::get_for_addresses method of the Gnome2::GConf::Engine class; this method allows the creation of a Gnome2::GConf::Engine for a list of addresses. Many thanks to Laurent Simonneau for letting me know that the method was missing.

The get_for_addresses method was added in the GConf 2.7 cycle, and if you compile Gnome2::GConf against a newer GConf version, you’ll get it. You should be extra careful with it, and check for its usage, since I can’t test it (as well as all the Engine-related methods) using the automated testing platform we use for all the Perl bindings. But, hey: that’s what beta releases are for, aren’t they?

You can find the tarball of this release on the gtk2-perl project page at SourceForge, and hopefully you’ll find it on CPAN too.

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