ANNOUNCE: nautilus-python 0.4.1
johan at gnome.org
Thu Sep 22 16:28:00 CEST 2005
I am pleased to announce the first public release of nautilus-python.
The new release is available from ftp.gnome.org:
What's new since 0.4.1:
* Memory leaks plugged (Gustavo)
* Do not install examples (Gustavo)
* Improve documentation (Gustavo)
* Allow extensions to be loaded from $HOME (Gustavo)
I'd like to thank the following people, for helping me during the
Sidnei da Silva, Gustavo Carneiro, Thomas Vander Stichele,
Sebastien Bacher and Ross Burton.
Sidnei da Silva is writing an integration tool for plone desktop:
Ross Burton is writing a dpkg interface.
Nautilus is the file manager used by the GNOME desktop environment.
Nautilus-python provides bindings for the extension API in nautilus.
With help of it you can write extensions that goes beyond the standard
shell script interface like context menuitems, additional list columns
and property pages.
nautilus-python requires nautilus >= 2.6.0, PyGTK >= 2.8.0, gnome-python
2.12.0 and Python >= 2.3.5
Bug reports should be made in GNOMEs bugzilla:
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