GNOME Terminal 3.8.4 Fixes a Memory Leak Issue

This stable release of GNOME Terminal fixes three bugs and updates a translation

By on July 9th, 2013 09:47 GMT

The GNOME developers announced two days ago, July 7, the immediate availability for download of the fourth maintenance release of the GNOME Terminal 3.8 application for the GNOME desktop environment.

Even if there are no official plans for releasing GNOME 3.8.4, some packages have recently been updated to this version number, including the GNOME Terminal application, in order to fix some major issues found in previous releases.

Therefore, GNOME Terminal 3.8.4 fixes a memory leak issue, and a crash that occurred on session resume. Moreover, the application will no longer write to gsettings on each startup if migration is disabled.

Last but not least, GNOME Terminal 3.8.4 updates various translations. For more details, please check the official raw changelog.

Arch Linux users can already update to this new version of the GNOME Terminal application, using the sudo pacman -Syu command.

Download GNOME Terminal 3.8.4 right now from Softpedia.

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