GNOME 3.1.2 Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 18 June 2011 at 10:54 AM EDT. 8 Comments
For those interested in running some new development software this weekend, the GNOME 3.1.2 development snapshot has been released.

Many GNOME packages have been updated for this 3.1.2 milestone. Some of the notable updates for this GNOME 3.2 development snapshot include a new Clutter release where COGL has been moved out-of-tree, Empathy has a new log viewer and supports CSS variants in Adium themes, a new experimental call channel handler for Empathy, improved SVG decoding with Eye of GNOME, GDM improvements, GNOME Shell enhancements, and much more. There's also GTK+3 tool-kit improvements.

The full list of GNOME 3.1.2 changes / translation updates / bug-fixes for the core modules can be found in this news file. There's also this GNOME 3.1.2 e-mail announcement.
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