Cheese 3.10.1 Adapts to Automake Test-Driver Changes

This stable release of Cheese fixes one issue and updates translations

By on October 23rd, 2013 14:40 GMT

The developers behind the Cheese application, a Photobooth-inspired GNOME software for taking photos and videos of yourself using a webcam, have announced a few days ago that the first maintenance release of the stable Cheese 3.10 branch is now available for download/upgrade.

Cheese 3.10.1 is a very small release that only fixes one issue discovered in the previous build, Cheese 3.10.0. Therefore, the code of the application has been modified to adapt to Automake test-driver changes, which means that the test-driver script will be distributed, and cd will no longer be used in TESTS_ENVIRONMENT.

Moreover, the following translations have been updated in this maintenance release of Cheese 3.10: Catalan (Valencian), Farsi, and Portuguese. More details about the Cheese 3.10.1 release can be found in the official raw changelog.

Download Cheese 3.10.1 right now from Softpedia.

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