lp:~jconti/recent-notifications/indicator-gtk2

Created by Jason Conti on 2012-09-21 and last modified on 2016-07-22
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recent-notifications
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110. By Jason Conti on 2016-07-22

* Bump version
* Import setting support from the main codebase
  - blacklist
  - indicator visibility
  - max items displayed

109. By Jason Conti on 2016-07-22

* Import GSettings schema

108. By Jason Conti on 2016-01-12

* Make sure to show the indicator image after creation
  - This is taken care of in the show/hide indicator functionality in the gtk3
    version which hasn't been ported to the gtk2 version yet
* Bump version

107. By Jason Conti on 2016-01-12

* Move icon names to a gtk2 suffix, so they do not conflict with the gtk3 version
* Bump version

106. By Jason Conti on 2016-01-12

- Backport bug fixes from gtk3 branch:
  + Fix a serious memory leak in notification_new_from_dbus_message.
  + Use icon-name instead of pixbufs to set the indicator icon
  + Add the eavesdrop flag to the match string
  + Move icons to datadir/pixmaps/
- Bump version

105. By Jason Conti on 2013-12-01

* configure.ac: Add AM_PROG_AR to silence fatal warning

104. By Jason Conti on 2012-09-21

* Backport changes from main branch to build gtk2 indicator.

103. By Jason Conti on 2012-04-05

* Bump for version 0.2.4

102. By Jason Conti on 2012-04-05

* Use style-updated intead of style-set to track style changes on GtkImage,
  since style-set is deprecated and seems to be broken for GtkImage.

101. By Jason Conti on 2012-04-05

Bump to version 0.2.3

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