INDIA: Anjuta 1.1.97 released (Naba Kumar)

INDIA: Anjuta 1.1.97 released (Naba Kumar)

Post by F » Sat, 28 Jun 2003 12:39:00



   1. [ANNOUNCE] Anjuta 1.1.97 released (Naba Kumar)

Dear all,

Anjuta version 1.1.97 [1] has been released.

Quick download:
http://www.veryComputer.com/

Anjuta is a versatile IDE for C and C++, written for GTK/GNOME. Features
include project management, application wizards, an onboard interactive
de*, and a powerful source editor with browsing and syntax
highlighting.

Home page: http://www.veryComputer.com/
Download: [See above]
Requires: libzvt-2.0 http://www.veryComputer.com/
Screenshots: http://www.veryComputer.com/

There are source .tar.gz and Red Hat Linux 9.0 binary and source
packages available at the download page. Other distribution specific
binary packages are likely to be released soon by other vendors. It
should install fine in RedHat 9, but may require some additional
dependencies to be satisfied for RedHat 8.0 systems.

Release notes for 1.1.97:

New: Support for all text file encodings..
New: Line and word selection menu entries.
New: Added *.css files highlighting.
Updated: Project and messages windows no longer transient.
Updated: Reorganized messages tabs in more sensible order.
Updated: Better 'Customize menu' message.
Updated: Prompts for 'clean' for modified compiler options.
Updated: Deprecated GNOME 1.x project wizards..
Updated: Speedier startup (but needs more optimization todo).
Updated: New splash.
Updated: Some re-organization and cleanups.
Updated: Better de* operations.
Updated: Better HIG complient dialogs.
Updated: Many many translation updates.
Bug fix: Separated -dP and -A flags of CVS update.
Bug fix: No more file corruption for non-utf-8 encodings.
Bug fix: Removed references to older automake in generated projects.
Bug fix: Fixed automake errors with old in generated projects.
Bug fix: Tcl/tk properties fix (all keywords will be recognized).
Bug fix: Red color editor tab for modified files now consistent.
Bug fix: Backward search works correctly.
Bug fix: Properly detects installed *-config files.
Bug fix: Corrected many project generation codes.
Bug fix: Fixed compiler errors associated with older gcc.
Bug fix: Stack trace output can be activated with double-click.
Bug fix: Properly closes automatic de*-tip (was annoying before).
Bug fix: Properly jumps to correct file/line from build messages.
Bug fix: CVS dialogs bug fixes.
Bug fix: Fixed gnome-print, zvt and pcre dependencies.
Bug fix: Fixed glade/glade-2 confusion in generated projects.
Bug fix: Multiple file selection works now.
Bug fix: Properly pops up search combo puldown (in main menu).
Bug fix: And many more critical/non-critical bug fixes.
Bug fix: Fixed non-working shortcuts (changed to working ones).

Happy coding!

Regards,
-Naba

[1] This is also the Release Candidate 1 for 1.2.0 final.

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1. Upgrades to OSR5 after 1/1/97

My apologies if I've missed the answer to this:

Given that SCO 3.2v4.2 (and related products) will be withdrawn effective
Dec. 1, 1996 and Xenix stuff effective 1/1/97, will upgrades from these
products continue to be available after those cutoff dates?

Also, in the new upgrades to OSR5.0.2, I no longer see an upgrade path
from Xenix.  Is this intentional (i.e., no upgrade path) or an oversight?
If available, what is that upgrade path?

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