[ANN] XPN 0.2.7 released

Discussion in 'Python' started by Nemesis, May 10, 2004.

  1. Nemesis

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    XPN is an on-line newsreader with unicode support. It's written in
    Python using GTK+2 toolkit and works wherever Python and GTK+2 work.

    Changes in this release:

    * v0.2.7: added external editor support
    * v0.2.7: little change about rot13, now if there isn't selected text the whole article
    will be encoded/decoded.
    * v0.2.7: fixed a bug caused by articles with strange line-terminators.
    * v0.2.7: little change in connection handling. Now you can enter a group and read already
    read articles without having to estabilish a connection with server.
    * v0.2.7: fixed a bug in Import Newsrc.
    * v0.2.7: now the function that builds the threaded-view is much faster.

    You can find it on:

    http://sf.net/projects/xpn

    --
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