ANNOUNCE: PonG 1.0.1 the "Paddle" release


Yay!  The world is rejoicing, PonG v1.0.1 has been released!  What is PonG?
Solution to all the world's ills, bringer of world peace, cure for cancer and
also a library and a GUI tool for making GConf preference dialogs.  So how does
it work?  You run a GUI editor, tell it what keys you are using, what widgets
you use for those keys, and save a file, add a bit of automake/autoconf foo, a
few lines of code, and presto you have a fully functioning preference dialog
and generated GConf schemas.  A couple of minutes work really, so if you've
hated writing preference dialogs, then PonG is the answer to your woes.  PonG
also handles many complex cases such as user levels, and is extensible with
glade and bonobo.

Note that full documentation and further information about PonG is at


Very little since 1.0.0.  Mostly nicer editting of gtk arguments and a bunch
of fixes.

New in 1.0.1

		- Gtk argument setting is smarter giving the user a pick
		  of argument names from a combobox if it can find the widget.

		- Fix option menu crash/warnings when no options given in the
		- Default to Pong:Spin:Button for integers
		- Spinbuttons are smarter and update before window is closed
		- String fixes (Kjartan)

		- Updates (Anders)

		- Updates (Kjartan Maraas, Ole Laursen, Christian Rose,
		  Yukihiro Nakai, Fatih Demir, M. Ali Vardar)


To download this thing:

Have fun,


George <jirka 5z com>
   Personally, I'm always ready to learn, although I do not
   always like being taught.
                       -- Sir Winston Churchill

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