0.3.1: a small bug fixing release

I just released Specto 0.3.1, not long after 0.3 (in terms of commits), after having addressed some bugs myself. The changes are minor and I don’t expect regressions, so it should be pretty safe to upgrade from 0.3. Maybe I can start a habit of actually releasing stuff more often, if we don’t again plunge into a huge refactoring endeavour like the 0.3 release was.

One particularly annoying bug for French users was caused by a wrong string in the translation, which caused some watches to be “stuck” and not show notification balloons. See the release notes for more details on what has changed in this minor release.

A tarball is available, and I will try getting someone to build Ubuntu packages (if anyone wants to volunteer to maintain it, you’re welcome to do so), and, if it’s not too late, get it into Ubuntu 9.10.

Jeff

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