[Openicc] colord 0.1.3 released!

Richard Hughes hughsient at gmail.com
Mon Feb 28 04:43:16 PST 2011

colord is a system activated daemon that maps devices to color profiles.
It is used by gnome-color-manager for system integration and use when
there are no users logged in.

See http://colord.hughsie.com/ for more details.

Tarballs can be found here:

Version 0.1.3
Released: 2011-02-28

New Features:
 - Add a architecture diagram how colord is going to work with
printing (Richard Hughes)
 - Add a 'relation' parameter to Device.AddProfile() (Richard Hughes)
 - Add cd-dbus-use-qualifier as an example of how to use a qualifier
using DBus (Richard Hughes)
 - Add FindProfileByFilename() to the main DBus interface (Richard Hughes)
 - Add gtk-doc support to libcolord (Richard Hughes)
 - Add the EDID_md5 metadata from profiles created by GCM with lcms
(Richard Hughes)

 - Do not emit PropertyChanged on a profile when not yet added (Richard Hughes)
 - Do not return dummy data if an ICC file has no metadata (Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure profile IDs with slashes are escaped (Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure the Device.Profiles property returns no results when
profiling (Richard Hughes)
 - Logically, GetProfileForQualifier(*) matches anything (Richard Hughes)
 - Modify GetProfileForQualifiers() so we can send multiple requests
(Richard Hughes)
 - Never call DeviceChanged before DeviceAdded when adding properties
(Richard Hughes)
 - Only add 'hard' devices to the mapping database (Richard Hughes)
 - Return the 'hard' profiles before the 'soft' profiles  (Richard Hughes)
 - Send a Device::Changed signal when a device is being calibrated
(Richard Hughes)
 - Use a custom qualifier matcher, as g_regex_match_simple() is
expensive (Richard Hughes)


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