ANNOUNCE: GOB (GTK+ object builder) 1.0.2 released

What is GOB:

Very simple preprocessor for making GTK+ objects with inline C code so that
generated files are not edited.  Syntax is inspired by Java and yacc or lex.
The implementation is intentionally kept simple, and no C code parsing is
done.  Besides that, it's really cool and you should use it and stuff.

This release changes the behaviour of "stringlink".  The correct behaviour
here is to g_strdup the string when getting the argument.  This was not done
before.  Thus code that thinks it's getting an internal pointer will now
leak.  I advise everyone to upgrade and require 1.0.2.  If you don't use
"stringlink" for string arguments, then you're not really affected.

What's new in 1.0.2:

	* Fix "const" handeling
	* Allow use of chunks for new object allocation (Bas van der Linden)
	* Add __GOB_FUNCTION__ define for each function (Bas van der Linden)
	* Add --always-private-struct option
	* stringlink strdups on get
	* Minor fixes

Where to get it:

	* (tarballs)
	* (redhat packages)
	* (debian packages)
	  Debian packages will be available soon!

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George <>
   Men willingly believe what they wish.
                       -- Julius Caesar

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