Commit 3f44ba8d authored by Chris Kühl's avatar Chris Kühl

Tagged for release 3.3.2

parent 867fb4be
New in 3.3.2 - 22 November 2011
* Experimental support for cgroups
* Ship with git-generated ChangeLog
* Network load default colors improved for the colorblind
* Remove status bar
* Remember window position
* Reduce number of default columns in processes view
* added/updated translations
- be, courtesy of Ihar Hrachyshka
- de, courtesy of Gabor Karsay
- de, courtesy of Mario Blättermann
- es, courtesy of Daniel Mustieles
- es, courtesy of Jorge González
- gl, courtesy of Fran Dieguez
- lt, courtesy of Algimantas Margevičius
- nb, courtesy of Torstein Adolf Winterseth
* List of fixed bugs:
649398 3.0.0-1 takes ~10 sec to quit
649842 build failure in 3.1.1: no matching function for call to 'max(guint64&, long unsigned int)'
652584 Add OpenBSDSysInfo()
652602 unbreak compilation if NI_IDN is not defined
654888 Inconsistent name
656840 net load, fix logic to give a nice scale with bits
656841 superfluous decimal places on net load chart
661269 suppress status bar
130719 [Feature Req] Tooltip to display extra information
663569 Download and send information unclear to colorblind
646393 system monitor should use g_get_user_runtime_dir
616794 Miscellaneous string fixes
576863 Code reading gnome-version.xml assumed it's well-formed
468495 System Monitor system tab does not show all CPUs
506035 Process/Application icons in wrong resolution
343861 Window position and size aren´t remembered
305883 Process listing doesn't fit in default window size
553315 What does this string mean?
528149 meaningless option
496436 tarball should ship a correct ChangeLog
New in 3.2.0 - 26 September 2011
* Updated translations.
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......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
AC_PREREQ([2.63])
AC_INIT([gnome-system-monitor],
[3.2.0],
[3.3.2],
[http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=system-monitor],
[gnome-system-monitor])
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