D-Feet, the easy-to-use D-Bus debugger for the GNOME desktop environment, reached version 0.3.6 a couple of days ago, July 10, bringing various improvements, bug fixes and updated translations.
First of all, D-Feet 0.3.6 replaces the live.gnome.org link with the wiki.gnome.org one. Second of all, a flag to not run the testsuite has been added to this stable release of GNOME's D-Bus debugger, thanks to Thomas Bechtold and Jonh Wendell.
Moreover, thanks to Thomas Bechtold, D-Feet 0.3.6 fixes a markup string handling issue for tuple and updates HACKING. Also, the Brazilian Portuguese translation has been updated by Rafael Ferreira.
D-Feet 0.3.6 can now be installed in your Linux distribution using the default software repositories or the source archive below. For more details about this stable release of D-Feet, please read the official raw changelog.
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