[winswitch] [ANNOUNCE] xpra 0.10.1 (bug fixes)

Antoine Martin antoine at nagafix.co.uk
Wed Aug 21 14:22:19 BST 2013

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On 21/08/13 19:38, Neal Becker wrote:
> Seems to be fixed.  I wonder - after updating both client and server side.
>I connect via winswitch.  But server side already had a winswitch and
xpra process running.  These are the older version.
> I guess they'll just stay there forever?  Is it necessary to somehow
kill them to update the versions?
Have a look at .winswitch/server/protocols/xpra.conf:
# test the version of all xpra sessions found and upgrade them if needed

If that is set to True, simply restarting winswitch should upgrade the
Xpra sessions in place.
(but I would still make sure your data is saved before using this feature!)


> On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Antoine Martin
<antoine at nagafix.co.uk <mailto:antoine at nagafix.co.uk>> wrote:
> Hi,
> This update fixes a few bugs related to some of the new features
> (video scaling, OpenGL), others in platforms (Ubuntu, Linux-x86 and
> packaging).
> Upgrading is recommended. (full release notes below)
> The source:
> https://xpra.org/src/
> Binaries/repositories:
> https://winswitch.org/downloads/
> Direct binary downloads:
> https://xpra.org/dists/
> Cheers
> Antoine
> Release notes:
> * fix avcodec buffer pointer errors on some 32-bit Linux
> * fix invalid time conversion
> * fix OpenGL scaling with fractions
> * compilation fix for some newer versions of libav
> * disable OpenGL on Ubuntu 12.04 and earlier (non functional)
> * honour scaling at high quality settings
> * add ability to disable transparency via environment variable
> * silence PyOpenGL warnings we can do nothing about
> * fix CentOS 6.3 packaging dependencies
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