PyGObject 3.10.1 Fixes a Memory Leak and a TypeError

This maintenance release of PyGObject fixes three bugs

By on October 21st, 2013 09:45 GMT

The first maintenance release of the stable PyGObject 3.10 library for the GNOME 3.10 desktop environment was announced a few days ago, fixing three user-reported bugs from the previous release.

Thanks to Nuno Araujo, PyGObject 3.10.1 fixes a TypeError when setting drag target_list to "None." Moreover, thanks to Simon Feltman, PyGObject 3.10.1 now uses qdata for wrapper retrieval in toggle reference notifications, and fixes a memory leak for caller allocated GValue out arguments.

PyGObject 3.10.1 has been made available as part of the GNOME 3.10.1 desktop environment, which was released this past weekend, bringing various fixes and improvements.

For more details about this first maintenance release of the stable PyGObject 3.10 library, please check the official raw changelog. Otherwise, download the PyGObject 3.10.1 sources right now from Softpedia.

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