Category Archives: General

Together we can rule the Galaxy – Epiphany 2.28 and WebKitGTK+ 1.1.15.x

So, we made it in time for the release. After months of hard work 2.28 is out, and hopefully it will hit a repository near you (in case you are not so much into hunting projects in their natural habitat). … Continue reading

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A GDB public service announcement

Possibly I’m about to make a fool of myself saying this, but since I wasted some time a few days ago I might help someone doing it. Say you are debugging some feature in your program that is enabled with … Continue reading

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WebKitGTK+ 1.1.14 new features

Gustavo has written a nice sumary of all the new APIs in 1.1.14 (yes, all that stuff was only for 1.1.14!), so go and check it out if you are interested.

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The show so far

Yesterday we released WebKitGTK+ 1.1.14, Epiphany 2.27.92 and Epiphany-Extensions 2.27.92. I haven’t blogged about releases in a while (sorry!), and as the good people at Ars Technica mention development is moving at a “swift rate” (btw Ryan, you can remove … Continue reading

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I love this plan. I’m excited to be a part of it. Let’s do it!

Hi from GCDS! Now that both my normal talk and my crazy talk are done I guess I can break the radio silence and say what’s going on like everyone else is doing. I spent a couple of crazy days … Continue reading

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ECMAScript 5

After the discussion on the Seed proposal thread about what flavor of JavaScript should GNOME as a project use, I made a point of figuring out what’s the current status on the ECMAScript standarization saga. This is old news by … Continue reading

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Two releases for the price of one

I didn’t blog about the 1.1.5 release (although Gustavo did, much better than I do as usual), so now that 1.1.6 is out I’ll make a 2×1 post with the highlights. gtk-doc support was integrated into the build system. There’s … Continue reading

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WebKitGTK+ a11y (virtual) hackfest

Interested in WebKitGTK+, a11y or both? This Thursday (April 9th 2009), from 14:00 UTC onwards, we’ll hold a virtual a11y hackfest on #webkit-gtk at Willie Walker from Sun will join us, and we’ll try to move forward and set … Continue reading

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WebKitGTK+ 1.1.4

So, another two weeks, another release. I suppose nobody would have noticed, but we are releasing on Mondays instead of Sundays because we figured it was better to have reviewers around for the inevitable last minute commits. This time we … Continue reading

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Good news, everyone

Update: in good old brown paper-bag bug tradition we messed up the soversion calculation in 1.1.2, so please use the new and improved 1.1.3. Sorry for the trouble — As promised, just before GNOME 2.26, two new releases. First, WebKitGTK+ … Continue reading

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