This relase adds two new translations (pl and zh_TW), updates the Turkish translation and we replaced the parser used to build the content tree.
If you have been having trouble with the contents tree of your CHM file, you may want to give this a try. Otherwise, no other code changes were made.
This version adds HTML page synchronisation with contents tab, new Czech translation, using new gtk file chooser dialog, gnome session support and build script fixes.
This new release include a new Russian translation, support to view the HTML page source, scrollbar position tracking in history, new italian man page, some more improvements to the internal engine and bug fixes.
An improved version of gnochm has been released, which includes new Chinese and Turkish translations. Improvements were made in the support of non-latin based languages, and in handling more complex content tables.
This release adds italian and german translations, fixes a few small bugs and documentation errors.
Gnochm is a CHM file viewer for Gnome systems. Features are:
* Support for external ms-its links
* Full text search support
* Configurable support for HTTP links
* Integrated with Gnome2 - registers itself to open CHM files, accepts
Drag-n-Drop from Nautilus, uses Gnome help system and GConf.
* Support for multiple languages
* Support to open multiple files at once
Version 0.9.0 includes bug fixes and small user interface and
GnoCHM now can open multiple files, has enhanced handling support for more character sets, and some bugs have been fixed.
This new release adds better full-text search, bookmarks,
interface improvements, new icons and bug fixes.
It has been reported that gnochm will crash on
systems running the latest gnome-python2 libs.
There is a quick workaround for that, until a fix
is included in the next release.
Just modify the line containing
in /usr/bin/gnochm (or wherever it is located) by
and everything should be fine.
Thanks for your patience
A new release of GnoCHM - a CHM viewer for Gnome2, is out!
All users will also need to install the latest PyCHM package
to use it. This version of gnochm (0.6.0) comes with much
better integration with Gnome.
It is with great pleasure that I announce the initial release of GnoCHM, a Gnome viewer for CHM files.