GConf 3.2.6 Released with Minor Fixes

This is just a maintenance release and it only brings a few fixes

By on January 22nd, 2013 08:42 GMT

GConf, a system for storing application preferences that is intended for user preferences, is now at version 3.2.6.

GConf 3.2.6 tries to make application preferences more manageable for system administrators and the process is rather transparent.

This means that if a user changes a setting from one application, it instantly updates in all other applications that are interested in that setting.

Highlights of GConf 3.2.6:

• The conversion of empty lists has been fixed;
• The shutdown of gconfd has been repaired;
• Unused gconf_get_lock_dir function has been removed;
• XDG config dir for settings storage is now used;
• The obsolete debian/ dir has been removed;
• Unity has been added to OnlyShowIn;
• gconf-sanity-check has been removed.

Check out the official announcement for a complete list of updates and changes.

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