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Number of commits found: 4
Sun, 28 May 2006
[ 15:41 pav ] |
- Rename port textproc/gnomedocutils -> textproc/gnome-doc-utils
Sun, 30 Apr 2006
[ 00:47 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.14.1 for FreeBSD! Checkout
http://www.gnome.org/start/2.14/ for the official release notes, and a list
of all the gooides in this new release. In particular, GNOME 2.14 focused
on performance, and they did not miss the mark. There's some new eye candy,
but most of the big things are waiting until GNOME 2.16. On the FreeBSD
side, we tried to clean up all the crashers we could. In particular, we
really improved GNOME's 64-bit support.
The good news is that this release does not bring any big shared library
version bumps, so you can almost do a simple portupgrade to get to 2.14.
There are a few minor gotchas that will be documented in UPDATING shortly.
The FreeBSD GNOME Team would like th thank the following users for their
patches, feedback, and sometimes incessant complaing about crashes (you
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Sat, 5 Nov 2005
[ 04:53 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.12 for FreeBSD. The release is chock full of bug fixes
and new features. Don't believe me? Then see for yourself at
DO NOT USE portupgrade by itself to upgrade to GNOME 2.12. Instead, use
the gnome_upgrade.sh script from
http://www.marcuscom.com/downloads/gnome_upgrade212.sh. This script will
circumvent some potential pitfalls users can see if they use portupgrade
In keeping with tradition, GNOME 2.12 for FreeBSD comes with a special
splash screen. The winner of this release's contest is
Dominique Goncalves <email@example.com>. His splash screen
was inspired by http://art.gnome.org/contests/2.12-splash/83.
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Sat, 12 Mar 2005
[ 10:39 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.10 for FreeBSD!
The release notes can be found at
http://www.gnome.org/start/2.10/notes/rnwhatsnew.html, and will give you a
good idea of what has gone into this release overall. However, a lot of
FreeBSD specific additions and fixes have been made. For example, this
release offers fixed ACPI support as well as new CPU freqeuncy monitoring
support. See the FreeBSD GNOME 2.10 upgrade page at
http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/docs/faq210.html for the entire list as well
as a list of known issues and upgrade instructions.
GNOME 2.10, as well as all of our releases, would not be possible without
the great team that goes into porting and testign each and every component.
Thanks definitely goes out to ahze, adamw, bland, kwm, mezz, and pav for all
their work. We would also like to thank our adventurous users that chose to(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
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13 vulnerabilities affecting 34 ports have been reported in the past 14 days
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