Outstanding Bugs, Patches and Translations

December 18, 2009 – 8:43 pm

Although I do not plan on actively developing Parcellite further, I did say I would merge patches and fix some outstanding bugs. There are also a number of translations submitted to me that I have yet to include. With this I hope to make another (small) bug-squashing release.

I feel that the work of others in the open source community should not be ignored. It is my responsibility to at least merge submitted patches (provided I feel they are good enough of course) and translations even thought I am not actively developing it. I will try to do this in the coming weeks.

I started working on another open source project and felt compelled to update this one before introducing a new project.

  1. 6 Responses to “Outstanding Bugs, Patches and Translations”

  2. Good stuff. Still on Parcellite.

    By Vadim P. on Dec 19, 2009

  3. Stumbled over Parcellite just now. So far I like it.
    Hopefully it’s compatible with GTK 3.0 (as in: not using any functions that have already been marked as deprecated).

    By Markus on Dec 23, 2009

  4. This is the right way to write applications not the kde or gnome way with 10-25 package tie in what a mess they are, With a light weight window manager like fluxbox and few gtk light weight apps, a little netbook or a large laptop scream.

    Thanks for the good work.

    By joe on Dec 24, 2009

  5. @Markus:
    It should be prepared for 3.0.

    Exactly what it was intended for. It wouldn’t be hard to add gnome support and call it gnome-clipboard-manager but someone else will have to do that.

    By Xyhthyx on Dec 25, 2009

  6. Hello Xyhthy,

    Thank you for this app. I think is the most useful app I use.

    Did you think to move the code to git.gnome.org so more devels can help you to maintain the code? See http://live.gnome.org/Git/NewRepository if you are interested

    Best regards

    By Javier Jardón on Dec 26, 2009

  7. I can’t say enough how grateful I am.

    By steve strongheart on Mar 20, 2010

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