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- Subject: [ANN] lgi 0.6.1 Lua binding using gobject-introspection
- From: Pavel Holejsovsky <pavel.holejsovsky@...>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2012 05:32:13 +0000 (UTC)
Hello Lua hackers,
lgi 0.6.1 was released. As usual, it is available either
from its github homepage, , luarocks (by 'luarocks install lgi'),
or it might be available in your favorite distribution.
lgi is gobject-introspection based dynamic Lua binding to GObject
libraries. It allows using GObject-based libraries directly from Lua. If
it sounds gibberish to you, ten simply said it allows easy usage of GTK+
and similar libraries from Lua.
This is bugfix release, no new major features were added compared to last
0.6 release. List of fixed bugs taken from README is appended at the end
of this announcement.
Any comments or other feedback will be greatly appreciated, use github
issue tracker  for reporting bugs.
avoid leak caused by not calling g_value_unset() in some cases
objects and structs: actually implement '_type' property as documented
tests: Fix regression tests for less common platforms
Pango: Add a few missing overrides
cairo: Fix Context:user_to_device() family of methods.
GStreamer: Add support for transfer!=none for input objects. This is
needed to avoid leaks caused by strange usage of transfer annotations of
GStreamer: Add more missing overrides
GStreamer: Fix and improve samples
Various fixes for usecase when lua context with loaded lgi is closed
and opened again
Gtk: Add missing Gtk.Builder:connect_signals() override