Linux News Today: Enlightenment 0.19.10 Open-Source Desktop Environment Out Now with 10 Bugfixes
Looks to us like the lightweight and modern, yet not so popular Enlightenment open-source desktop environment for GNU/Linux operating system has a very active development cycle with many features being added every two-three weeks or so.
Therefore, today, September 12, 2015, we are more than happy to inform you that the tenth maintenance release of the Enlightenment DR 0.19 desktop environment is out and brings with it no more than ten changes, which include assorted bugfixes and improvements.
According to the release notes, which have been attached at the end of the article for reference, Enlightenment 0.19.10 can now unshade clients when their activated, updates the X11 compositor to use damage events, and updates the icon theme search list for the wizard.
Various extreme hacks have been added to enforce nocomp stacking policies, the ‘starting’ flag has been set for the ‘desktop show’ action in the e_zone_desk_count_set() function, some compiler warning issues where fixed for the ecomp component, and non-fullscreen nocomp clients will now always have their layers re-set.
Last but not least, refocus can now be disabled during the ‘desktop flip’ action when the client is activated, normal clients can now be stacked below overrides when raising, and client objects of an internal window can be explicitly displayed during the ‘desktop show’ action. Download Enlightenment 0.19.10 right now from Softpedia.