Rygel 0.12.4 (Into the Lion's Den)
Posted on: 10/12/2011 08:44 AM

Rygel 0.12.4 (Into the Lion's Den) is out

Another release in the stable 0.12 series of Rygel

Changes since 0.12.3:

- Fix an assertion when one of the preconditions failed during HTTP Post.
- Limit the length of the filename generated in CreateObject to avoid problems
on FAT.
- Use SoupURI to validate and properly escape the URI given during
CreateObject. This could cause huge CPU consumption if the URI was really
long (1k).
- Do not crash if ImportResource is cancelled.
- Fix DBUS thumbnailer regression introduced in 0.12.3

All contributors to this release:
- Jens Georg
- Joe Hansen
- Kentaro KAZUHAMA

Added/updated translations:
- dk, courtesy of Joe Hansen
- ja, courtesy of Kentaro KAZUHAMA

Bugs fixed:

Download source tarball here: http://download.gnome.org/sources/rygel/0.12/

What is Rygel?

Rygel is a home media solution that allows you to easily share audio, video and
pictures, and control of media player on your home network. In technical terms
it is both a UPnP AV MediaServer and MediaRenderer implemented through a plug-in
mechanism. Interoperability with other devices in the market is achieved by
conformance to very strict requirements of DLNA and on the fly conversion of
media to format that client devices are capable of handling.

More info at our project home page: http://www.rygel-project.org

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