Release Notes: This release is the third major stable release for gEDA/gaf and rolls up the last five months of development. Changes include lots of usability improvements, better desktop integration, internationalization of libgeda, improved component library handling and dialog box, a bunch of new gsymcheck tests, gschem rendering speedups and improvements, lots of code cleanup, and the usual slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release rolls up a few bugfixes and updates and adds a significant number of new language translations.
Release Notes: This is a roll-up release for the past 10 months of gEDA/gaf development. Changes include magnetic net mode, improved object selection, better color handling, support for arbitrary filled and unfilled paths, vastly better looking graphics and text rendering thanks to Cairo, a brand new build system, many user interface usability improvements, a few new gnetlist backends, a large number of bugfixes, and a lot of code cleanup.
Release Notes: This release features a brand new build system, text rendering in gschem using native system fonts, image rendering using cairo, usability improvements to the attribute and multi-attribute editor dialog boxes, lots of code refactoring and clean up, and the usual slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: gschem/libgeda were modified to use Cairo for all rendering. This provides anti-aliased rendering of drawing primitives and hopefully the removal of all drawing artifacts. gschem's grid is now drawn as a mesh grid with major and minor grid lines. A lot of work went into cleaning up and fixing gEDA/gaf's color subsystem. Support has been added to gschem to render bus pins thicker than net pins. Color schemes can now be changed at run-time via the View menu. Log files are now written into one centralized location. A clipboard mechanism was added to gschem. Many symbols were improved or fixed.
No changes have been submitted for this release.