Evolution 3.11.1 Is Now Available for Testing

This is the first development release of Evolution 3.12

By on October 24th, 2013 10:07 GMT

The development team behind the Evolution email client has announced a few days ago that the first development release towards Evolution 3.12, which will be part of the upcoming GNOME 3.12 desktop environment, is now available for download and testing.

Evolution 3.11.1 is a development release that fixes bugs and improves the stability of the software. Therefore, the addressbook 'merging' and 'widgets' libraries were merged, unreferenced images are now displayed in multipart/related parser, message body can now be hidden for composer, a crash in e_week_view_on_text_item_event() has been fixed, and per-folder From: email address has been added.

Moreover, inconsistent capitalization in calendar Search menu has been repaired, the 'mail' keyword has been changed to 'email' in evolution.desktop, custom recurrences will be dropped on event editor save, a EWebView/webkit memory leak has been fixed, several memory leaks around mail config have been fixed, text-highlight will no longer interfere with printing, and the Appdata file is now translatable.

Also, the crash when closing the subscription dialog with running operation has been repaired, users can use the 'End' key to get to the latest message thread, quoted text is no longer truncated when "Keep signature above" is set.

Among other changes, we can mention that Evolution 3.11.1 requires GLib library 2.36 or higher, the Gcr cryptographic library 3.4 is now required, the GcrCertificateWidget are used to display certificate details, and both alarm description and component summary are displayed in Reminders.

Among the translated languages provided for this development release of Evolution, we can mention Catalan, Catalan (Valencian), German, Hungarian, Japanese, English (UK), Simplified Chinese (Hong Kong). More details about Evolution 3.11.1 can be found in the NEWS file inside the source archive.

Download Evolution 3.11.1 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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