(qt/gtk)-recordMyDesktop 0.3.6

0.3.6 is mostly a bugfixing release dealing with some problems
introduced in 0.3.5.

Along with the bugfixes, there's a new feature, called follow-mouse,
where the capture area moves around following the mouse cursor.

The frames in qt/gtk-recordMyDesktop have been made compatible with
this behavior and also move around, but it might be better to just turn
them off, when using this feature. Continuously moving a window around
can make the Xserver use too much CPU. And there's also some latency by the
fact that the frame is drawn and moved by qt/gtk-recordMyDesktop and not
recordMyDesktop.

Last change in this joint release is the gargantuan bumping of
qt-recordMyDesktop :). Since it's no longer more unstable
or less complete than gtk-recordMyDesktop, keeping common version
numbers should lessen the confusion about compatibility among versions.

qt/gtk-recordMyDesktop 0.3.6 are compatible with recordMyDesktop 0.3.6,
while using them with an older version can cause an arguments parsing error.

ChangeLogs follow:

recordMyDesktop 0.3.6

Corrected segmentation fault when recording non-fullscreen areas, using the
full-shots mode(i.e. no Xdamage)
Fixed arrays boundary overstep in BlocksFromList (resulting in segfault,
especially when compiled with -fstack-protector)
Removed the need for Xdamage to be present even when it is not used.
Added follow-mouse option(i.e. capture area tracks the mouse cursor).

qt-recordMyDesktop

Version *BUMPED* to indicate full compatibility with recordMyDesktop
synced to recordMyDesktop 0.3.6
(--follow-mouse option and cursor-tracking frame)
Updated Brazilian translation by Caio Alonso.
Updated Italian translation by Giovanni Scafora.
Updated Spanish translation by Jose L. Redrejo Rodriguez.
Added Polish translation, by Tomasz Wojtys.

gtk-recordMyDesktop 0.3.6

synced to recordMyDesktop 0.3.6
(--follow-mouse option and cursor-tracking frame)
Updated Brazilian translation by Caio Alonso.
Updated Italian translation by Giovanni Scafora.
Updated Spanish translation by Jose L. Redrejo Rodriguez.
Added Polish translation, by Tomasz Wojtys.

Posted by John Varouhakis 2013-06-03