Ruby-GNOME2 0.19.4

Hi,

The Ruby-GNOME2 project released Ruby-GNOME2 0.19.4:
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ruby-gnome2/ruby-gtk2-0.19.4.tar.gz
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/ruby-gnome2/ruby-gnome2-all-0.19.4.tar.gz

This release has many bug fixes and some improvements. The
fixed bugs include a memory leak bug on GC. If your
application live long time, you should upgrade.

=== Changes

==== Ruby/GLib2

  • Bug fixes:
    • fixed type_register on Ruby 1.9.
      [Simon A., Kouhei S.]
    • fixed memory leak in GC.
      [Kouhei S.]

==== Ruby/GTK2

  • Bug fixes:
    • [#2865895] support GdkWindow’s cursor property.
      NOTE: GTK+ 2.18.0 is unsupported version.
      [Guillaume C., Mamoru T.]
    • Gtk::MenuItem.new accepts nil as a label.
      [Kazuhiro NISHIYAMA, Kouhei S.]
    • fixed wrong conversion in Gtk::TreePath#<=>.
      [Takeuchi Yusuke, Kouhei S.]
    • fix Gtk::RecentInfo#application_info’s double free bug.
      [Kouhei S.]
  • Improvements:
    • Gdk::Window#invalidate accepts nil as ‘area’
      argument. It means ‘invalidates whole window’.
      [Hiroyuki Ito]
    • Gtk::Clipbord#request_text sets UTF-8 encoding in Ruby
      1.9.
      [Rg Rg, Kouhei S.]
    • add Gtk::TreePath#==.
      [Takeuchi Yusuke, Kouhei S.]

==== Ruby/Pango

  • Improvements:
    • add Pango::Gravity.
      [Hiroyuki Ito, Kouhei S.]

==== Ruby/GdkPixbuf

  • add Gdk::Pixbuf#pixels=.
    [Michal S.]

==== Ruby/GStreamer

  • Bug fixes:
    • [#2920997] fix argument type. [Johan Kiviniemi]
  • [#2924886] implement Gst::MessageTag#parse. [Vincent C.]

==== Ruby/GtkMozEmbed

  • Bug Fixes:
    • [#2924766] fix -Wl,-rpath syntax. [OBATA Akio]
    • [#2925285] Gtk::MozEmbed#chrome_mask fails.
      [tobi, Kouhei S.]
    • support XULRunner 1.9.2. [OBATA Akio]

=== Thanks

  • Guillaume C.
  • Mamoru T.
  • Michal S.
  • Simon A.
  • Kazuhiro NISHIYAMA
  • Johan Kiviniemi
  • OBATA Akio
  • Hiroyuki Ito
  • Rg Rg
  • Vincent C.
  • tobi
  • Takeuchi Yusuke

Thanks,

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