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non port: sysutils/nautilus-cd-burner/files/patch-src_nautilus-burn-recorder.c

Number of commits found: 4

Saturday, 28 Nov 2009
20:06 marcus search for other commits by this committer
Presenting GNOME 2.28.1 for FreeBSD.  The official release notes for this
release can be found at http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.28/ .
Officially, this is mostly a polishing release in preparation for GNOME 3.0
due in about a year.

On the FreeBSD front, though, a lot went into this release.  Major thanks
goes to kwm and avl who did a lot of the porting work for this release.
In particular, kwm brought in Evolution MAPI support for better Microsoft
Exchange integration.  Avl made sure that the new gobject introspection
repository ports were nicely compartmentalized so that large dependencies
aren't brought in wholesale.

But, every GNOME team member (ahze, avl, bland, kwm, mezz, and myself)
contributed to this release.

Other major improvements include an updated HAL with better volume
probing code, ufsid integration, and support for volume names containing
spaces (big thanks to J.R. Oldroyd); a new WebKit; updated AbiWord;
an updated Gimp; and a preview of the new GNOME Shell project (thanks to
Pawel Worach).

The FreeBSD GNOME Team would like to that the following additional
contributors to this release whose patches and testing really helped
make it a success:

Andrius Morkunas
Dominique Goncalves
Eric L. Chen
J.R. Oldroyd
Joseph S. Atkinson
Li
Pawel Worach
Romain Tartière
Thomas Vogt
Yasuda Keisuke
Rui Paulo
Martin Wilke
(and an extra shout out to miwi and pav for pointyhat runs)

We would like to send this release out to Alexander Loginov (avl) in
hopes that he feels better soon.

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                138872 (obsolete with new epiphany-webkit)
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Monday, 24 Mar 2008
03:50 marcus search for other commits by this committer
The FreeBSD GNOME team is proud to annunce the release of GNOME 2.22.0 for
FreeBSD.  The official GNOME 2.22 release notes can be found at
http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.22/ .  On the FreeBSD front,
this release features an updated hal port with support for video4linux
devices, DRM (Direct Rendering), and better support of removable media.  Work
is also underway to tie webkit more closely into GNOME.  As part of the
GNOME 2.22 upgrade, GStreamer received a rather large upgrade as well.
Be sure to consult UPDATING on the proper steps to upgrade all of your
GNOME ports.

This release would not have been possible without the contributions and
testing efforts of the following people:

Pawel Worach
kan
edwin
Peter Ulrich Kruppa
J. W. Ballantine
Yasuda Keisuke
Andriy Gapon
Original commit
Monday, 20 Nov 2006
23:16 marcus search for other commits by this committer
Fix arguments to growisofs and dvd+rw-format.  These commands can open device
files.
Original commit
Sunday, 19 Nov 2006
19:07 marcus search for other commits by this committer
To fix other applications that make use of n-c-b (e.g. sound-juicer)
break out the x,x,x device notation needed for tools like cdrecord from
the standard /dev/X device name specification.  While here, add a
RUN_DEPENDS on cdrdao which is needed for some of n-c-b's features.
Original commit

Number of commits found: 4