Miro 3.0.2 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 It's likely this is out of date and not representative.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.

I just pushed out Miro 3.0.2 to address a few problems that users have discovered since we released 3.0.1. If you haven't upgraded to a Miro 3 series release, it's worth doing.

This is the last release we're doing for OSX 10.4. Miro 3.1 and future releases will not work on OSX 10.4.

I'm in the process of building packages for Ubuntu Jaunty, Karmic and Lucid now. As a reminder, Ubuntu packages are in the miro-releases Launchpad PPA at here.

There were two big things that drove this release. The first is that Miro on Linux sucked if you had XULRunner 1.9.2. This release fixes that by switching from XULRunner to WebKit. One of the big benefits we get from that is that it's much easier to compile Miro on Linux. The second set of changes had to do with the changes I made to the GStreamer renderer on Linux. This release fixes thumbnail building, playback from one media item to the next, and volume.

As always, release notes for Miro 3.0.2 are here.

Update 5/23/2010: I just finished up Ubuntu packages and pushed them to the PPA.

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