Commit 6186e999 authored by Niels De Graef's avatar Niels De Graef

Release unstable version 0.15.1

parent 7847dbe7
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......@@ -2,8 +2,14 @@ Overview of changes from libfolks 0.14.0 to libfolks 0.15.1
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Dependencies:
* No more dependencies on libtracker
* GLib minimal requirement: 0.58
* E-D-S minimal requirement: 3.38
Major changes:
* This release drops the Tracker backend (along with its dependencies).
* A selection of (small) performance improvements
* Auto-generation and deployment of the docs using CI
Bugs fixed:
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ pkgconfig = import('pkgconfig')
#-------------------------------------------------
# Core library API version (potentially used for parallel installation)
folks_api_version = '0.6'
folks_api_version = '0.7'
# Core library version. When updating this, don't forget to bump the backend
# library versions too, below.
......@@ -21,16 +21,16 @@ folks_api_version = '0.6'
# number: a given libfolks.so will only load modules which were compiled
# against a core with the same major version as itself. This allows the API
# which is exposed to the modules to be changed.
folks_lib_version = '25.21.0'
folks_lib_version = '26.0.0'
# Each of the backend libraries (e.g. libfolks-eds.so; *not* the loadable
# modules, eds.so) has its own version. These should be incremented when the
# core folks_lib_version is incremented (as all the backend libraries are
# binary-dependent on libfolks.so), but should also be incremented when
# incompatible changes are made in the backend library APIs themselves.
folks_eds_lib_version = '25.21.0'
folks_telepathy_lib_version = '25.21.0'
folks_dummy_lib_version = '25.21.0'
folks_eds_lib_version = '26.0.0'
folks_telepathy_lib_version = '26.0.0'
folks_dummy_lib_version = '26.0.0'
# The module version is used to set the shared object versions
_version_split = folks_lib_version.split('.')
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