Commit 210c130d authored by Jim Nelson's avatar Jim Nelson

In preparation for 0.2.0.

parent 405c50d1
PROGRAM = shotwell
VERSION = 0.1.3
VERSION = 0.2.0
BUILD_ROOT = 1
VALAC = valac
......@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ DIST_FILES = Makefile configure $(EXPANDED_SRC_FILES) $(EXPANDED_VAPI_FILES) \
DIST_TAR = $(PROGRAM)-$(VERSION).tar
DIST_TAR_BZ2 = $(DIST_TAR).bz2
DIST_TAR_GZ = $(DIST_TAR).gz
PACKAGE_ORIG_GZ = $(PROGRAM)_$(VERSION).orig.tar.gz
PACKAGE_ORIG_GZ = $(PROGRAM)_`parsechangelog | grep Version | sed 's/.*: //'`.orig.tar.gz
VALA_CFLAGS = `pkg-config --cflags $(EXT_PKGS)` $(foreach hdir,$(HEADER_DIRS),-I$(hdir)) \
$(foreach def,$(DEFINES),-D$(def))
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Shotwell 0.2.0 - 05 August 2009
-----------------------------
* Color histogram now available in adjustment tool.
* Drag-and-drop now supports the modifier keys for linking and asking
which operation to perform.
* Shotwell no longer uses a hardcoded directory for storing imported
photos.
* A nasty bug causing the X server to crash under compiz was fixed.
(#380)
* Support for libgee-0.3.0.
Shotwell 0.1.2 - 03 August 2009
-----------------------------
......
shotwell (0.2.0-1~jaunty1) jaunty; urgency=low
* Color histogram now available in adjustment tool.
* Drag-and-drop now supports the modifier keys for linking and asking
which operation to perform.
* Shotwell no longer uses a hardcoded directory for storing imported
photos.
* A nasty bug causing the X server to crash under compiz was fixed.
(#380)
* Support for libgee-0.3.0.
-- Jim Nelson <jim@yorba.org> Wed, 05 Aug 2009 16:02:02 -0700
shotwell (0.1.2-1) jaunty; urgency=low
* Red-eye reduction feature now available.
......
......@@ -17,8 +17,14 @@ public class SortedList<G> : Object, Gee.Iterable<G> {
this.cmp = cmp;
}
// for libgee <= 0.1.6
public Type get_element_type() {
return list.get_element_type();
return typeof(G);
}
// for libgee >= 0.3.0
public Type element_type {
get { return typeof(G); }
}
public Gee.Iterator<G?> iterator() {
......
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