Cheese 3.10.1 Adapts to Automake Test-Driver Changes

This stable release of Cheese fixes one issue and updates translations

By Marius Nestor on October 23rd, 2013 14:40 GMT

The developers behind the Cheese application, a Photobooth-inspired GNOME software for taking photos and videos of yourself using a webcam, have announced a few days ago that the first maintenance release of the stable Cheese 3.10 branch is now available for download/upgrade.

Cheese 3.10.1 is a very small release that only fixes one issue discovered in the previous build, Cheese 3.10.0. Therefore, the code of the application has been modified to adapt to Automake test-driver changes, which means that the test-driver script will be distributed, and cd will no longer be used in TESTS_ENVIRONMENT.

Moreover, the following translations have been updated in this maintenance release of Cheese 3.10: Catalan (Valencian), Farsi, and Portuguese. More details about the Cheese 3.10.1 release can be found in the official raw changelog.

Download Cheese 3.10.1 right now from Softpedia.
Cheese in action
   Cheese in action
MORE ON THIS TOPIC
LATEST NEWS
HOT RIGHT NOW

Comments