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NEWS for libstroke-0.5.1
Fix some packaging errors.
NEWS for libstroke-0.5
The big NEWS is that LibStroke now can draw the strokes! Yeeepeeee!
But it does not do so by default, you need to pass --with-mouse-footprints
to ./configure. After compiling everything try tests/stroke_test to
see how this works.
There's even more: libgstroke, a stroke implementation for GNOME has
been contributed by Dan Nicolaescu. It is fully functional (it
also supports mouse footprints by default!) and has a very easy to
use API. Try tests/gnome_stroke_test to see how it works (source
code in tests/gnome_stroke_test.c).
We are proposing a set of strokes to be standard strokes. A pretty
picture with them their string representation can be found in
A text listing is in doc/standard_strokes.txt (we will find some
better names than the current ones).
We'll also add some "sloppy strokes" for the standard strokes.
We created autoconf macros for libstroke and libgstroke, they are in
the macros subdir.
NEWS for libstroke-0.4
Thu Mar 16 01:18:07 PST 2000
Hoo, I have not been making entries in this file. The news tonight is
that I am releasing 0.4. It has a super-cool Java port included and some
misc bug fixes with the install process. Also, cool news is that there is
now support for LibStroke in FVWM2, gEDA, and PCB. See the CREDITS file
for the authors that made this possible.
I am also thinking of hosting the project on sourceforge.net and using
their resources for making the project more accessible.