Commit 75d97ffd authored by Emmanuele Bassi's avatar Emmanuele Bassi

Release Clutter 1.9.6 (snapshot)

parent a222e75e
Clutter 1.9.6 2012-01-19
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• List of changes since Clutter 1.9.4
- Deprecate clutter_actor_show_all() and clutter_actor_hide_all()
The latter never did make a lot of sense: hiding the parent will
effectively hide the children as well; the former was there only for
convenience, but Actors are visible by default.
- Gracefully handle existing code
The changes in ClutterActor introduced regressions in existing code
because of the new functionaly that was introduced to replace deprecated
classes like Box and Group. These regressions have hopefully been fixed;
Clutter 1.9.6 has been tested with a project as complex as the GNOME
Shell.
- Fix build with binutils-gold
The private dependencies were not used when building Clutter, and this
made the Gold linker angry.
- Allow tracking of an actor's first and last child
ClutterActor has two new properties, :first-child and :last-child; these
are read-only properties that can be used by toolkits based on Clutter
to track the first and last child whenever they change.
- Bump the Cogl dependency
The 1.9.4 release depended on Cogl ≥ 1.9.4, but the minimum required
version was not bumped along with the changes.
• List of bugs fixed since Clutter 1.9.4
[bugzilla.gnome.org]
#668137 - FTBFS: pangoft2 check seems to be broken
Clutter 1.9.4 2012-01-17
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# - increase clutter_interface_version to the next odd number
m4_define([clutter_major_version], [1])
m4_define([clutter_minor_version], [9])
m4_define([clutter_micro_version], [5])
m4_define([clutter_micro_version], [6])
# • for stable releases: increase the interface age by 1 for each release;
# if the API changes, set to 0. interface_age and binary_age are used to
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