Glade, a RAD (Rapid Application Development) utility that allows developers to easily and quickly create user interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit has reached version 3.16.1 with assorted bugfixes and improvements.
Glade 3.16.1 the first maintenance release of the stable 3.16 branch and fixes the "Cancelling an Add Parent action is destructive" bug, repairs a crash caused by the _glade_dnd_dest_set() function, reports parsing errors when loading a project, fixes the <requires> tag output, and fixes a regression related to the virtual size property at load of GtkBox.
Moreover, Glade 3.16.1 allows users to delete a selected GtkEntry, the cellrenderer model column combobox chooser has been fixed, input issues with the numeric property editors have been fixed, various bugs found in the inspector have been squashed, and some Glade shortcuts, such as Delete, have been fixed.
Furthermore, the 'Remove "Generated with glade" XML comment' bug has been repaired in Glade 3.16.1, as well as a bug in the GtkScrolledWindow editor, related to the vertical adjustment that was referred to the wrong property. Also, object dependency is now sorted before saving, by using a topological sorting algorithm.
We remind everyone that Glade saves the user interface as XML files, which can be used in numerous programming languages, such as C, C++, Vala, Python, Java, C#, and Perl. Glade is a standalone application, but it is mostly used to created graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for GNOME applications.
A second maintenance release for Glade 3.16 is expected in the upcoming weeks, so make sure that you check our website regularly for the latest updates and news.
Last but not least, Glade 3.16.1 updates several translations, including Catalan Valencian, German, Catalan, Slovenian and Latvian. Download Glade 3.16.1 for Linux right now from Softpedia.