Ubuntu Saucy translations are now open
11 June 2013
You can now start translating Ubuntu Saucy on Launchpad.
umockdev 0.2.2 released
24 May 2013
I did a 0.2.2 maintenance release for umockdev to fix building with Vala 0.16.1, gcc 4.8 (the changed sizeof behaviour caused segfaults), and current udev releases (umockdev-record stumbled over the new “link priority” fields of udevadm). There are also a couple of bug fixes, but no new features.
PyGObject 3.9.1 released
30 April 2013
Time for the first PyGObject release for GNOME 3.9.x! This release brings the performance optimizations (thanks to Daniel Drake), quite a lot of internal code cleanup, and various bug fixes. Thanks to all contributors! gtk-demo: Wrap description strings at 80 characters (Simon Feltman) (#698547) gtk-demo: Use textwrap to reformat description for Gtk.TextView (Simon Feltman) (#698547) gtk-demo: Use GtkSource.View for showing source code (Simon Feltman) (#698547) Use correct class for GtkEditable’s get_selection_bounds() function (Mike Ruprecht) (#699096) Test results of g_base_info_get_name for NULL (Simon Feltman) (#698829) Remove g_type_init conditional call (Jose Rostagno) (#698763) Update deps versions also in README (Jose Rostagno) (#698763) Drop compat code for old python version (Jose Rostagno) (#698763) Remove duplicate call to _gi. ... Read More
New fatrace released, Debian package coming
11 April 2013
Paul Wise poked me this morning about uploading fatrace (“file access trace”, see the original announcement for details) to Debian, thanks for the reminder! So I filed an Intent To Package, and will upload it in a few days, unless some discussion evolves. I also took the opportunity to do some modernization: The power-usage-report script now uses the current PowerTop 2.x instead of the old 1.13, uses Python 3 now, and includes the “process device activity” in the report. ... Read More
Urgent PostgreSQL security updates for Debian/Ubuntu
4 April 2013
PostgreSQL just released security updates. 9.1 (as found in Debian testing and unstable and Ubuntu 11.10 and later) is affected by a critical remote vulnerability which potentially allows anyone who can access the TCP port (without credentials) to corrupt local files. If your PostgreSQL database exposes the TCP port to any potentially untrusted location, please shut down your servers and update now! PostgreSQL 8.4 for Debian stable (squeeze) and Ubuntu 8. ... Read More
python-dbusmock 0.6 released
20 March 2013
I just pushed out a new python-dbusmock release 0.6. Calling a method on the mock now emits a MethodCalled signal on the org.freedesktop.DBus.Mock interface. In some cases this is easier to track than parsing the mock’s log or using GetMethodCalls. Thanks to Lars Uebernickel for this. DBusMockObject.AddTemplate() and DBusTestCase.spawn_server_template() can now load local templates from your own project by specifying a path to a *.py file as template name. Thanks to Lucas De Marchi for this feature. ... Read More
PyGObject 3.7.92 released
18 March 2013
I just released a new PyGObject for GNOME 3.7.92. This fixes a couple of crashes and marshalling errors again, but most importantly got a change to automatically mute the PyGIDeprecationWarnings for stable versions. Please run pythonX.X with the -Wd option to still be able to see them. We got through all our bugs that were milestoned for GNOME 3.8 and don’t want to or plan to introduce any major behavioural change at this point, so barring catastrophes this is what will be in GNOME 3. ... Read More
PyGObject 220.127.116.11 released
5 March 2013
I just found out that PyGObject 3.7.91 as released yesterday breaks GEdit plugins. I just pushed out 18.104.22.168 to unbreak this again, sorry about that!
PyGObject 3.7.91 released.
4 March 2013
I just released a new PyGObject for GNOME 3.7.91. This brings some marshalling fixes, plugs tons of memory leaks, and now raises a Python DeprecationWarning when your code calls a method which is marked as deprecated in the typelib. Please note that Python hides them by default, so if you are interested in those you need to run python with the -Wd option. Thanks to all contributors! Fix many memory leaks (#675726, #693402, #691501, #510511, #672224, and several more which are detected by our test suite) (Martin Pitt) Dot not clobber original Gdk/Gtk functions with overrides (Martin Pitt) (#686835) Optimize GValue. ... Read More