January 17, 2013 – 2:44 am
There have been many major code re-writes with this release, and it DOES change your history
format. You will loose your history entries if you attempt to go back to an earlier release.
You have been warned.
1.1.0 detects and reads the earlier history format, then writes in the new one, so it should preserve your history over the upgrade.
The source can be downloaded here.
Here are the debian binaries (.deb) files:
amd64 for Unity.
This list includes the change log from rc6, since those are the changes since 1.0.2rc5, the last release that made it to the repositories.
V1.1.0 Wednesday, January 16 2013
***This is a major release.***
+Added patch 3389976 - history menu crash, utf-8
+Added UTF-8 checks on incomming text streams.
+Changed history entries to structures (and history file format) to support
+Added persistent history list and corresponding hot key.
+Added right-click either history list with a Move To or cancel.
+Added Save As for the history file - writes a text file out.
+Major rewrite of cliboard handling. It is now very simple and eliminates a
lot of CPU overhead.
+Fixed bug 3560995, mouse button events causing false searches.
+Added appindicator so it appears in unity.
+Completely re-wrote prefs sybsystem, so prefs are easier to add.
+Fixed wide dialog, and quit instant activation.
+Added current entry on to preference.
+Added locking for clipboard updates.
+Fixed lost clip entries when selecting existing history clip entries.
V1.0.2rc6 Wednesday, January 9 2013
+Applied glib patch from bug 3518845
+Applied 0 size Action file lockup from bug 3459123
+Fixed arrow/home/page up keys messing up search-as-you-type.
+Fixed having multiple copies of parcellite. Checks to see if already running.
+Fixed double backspace on search-as-you-type.
+Fixed command line copies to clipboard. Should work on all X sessions. Note: entry is not
immediately added to clipboard. There is a 1/2 sec delay.
This release uses FIFOs to write from the command line to the clipboard. If you want to use them directly, you can send data to ~/.local/share/parcellite/fifo_c and fifo_p. There should be no dependency on Gnome for the command line to work.
ex: echo “Foo Bar”>.local/share/parcellite/fifo_c
Parcellite can still be called via the command line.
Please note: I do not test the i386 debs much since I do not use the i386 machine often, and I never test on Unity because we do not play well together.