Miro 4.0.2 released!

Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.

A couple of days ago while I was on vacation, the team finished up the changes for Miro 4.0.2.

There was a problem with the original 4.0.2 builds for people who were running Miro for the first time which we fixed yesterday. Thus, I re-tagged v4.0.2 and built a new set of 4.0.2 builds. The new set are identical to the old set except that the new set doesn't have the first time startup bug and it also has updated translations.

If you have the original Miro 4.0.2 and Miro starts up, then you don't need to "upgrade" to the new Miro 4.0.2 build.

If you don't know which version of Miro 4.0.2 you have, launch Miro, go to Help -> About in the menu and if the sha is e1cafdd1 (the v4.0.2 tag) or be096d8e (the rev in the Miro-4.0 branch that the v4.0.2 tag points to), then you've got the most recent v4.0.2.

Here are the md5 sums for the correct 4.0.2 builds:

8521a85eefbbe4d43e7d92d227249505  Miro-4.0.2.dmg
4d789791279be3dc4951e64aeae06be2  Miro-4.0.2.exe
8d32421082220579c1ee8f26a0032007  miro-4.0.2.tar.gz

Additionally, I pushed out packages for Ubuntu Lucid, Maverick and Natty about an hour ago.

See the release notes:


Download at:


For the most part, the team is now working on various projects that will land in Miro 4.1 or future releases. We have no plans to do a 4.0.3, but will do so if the need presents itself.

To see what we're working on, see the Miro 4.1 roadmap:


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