Gnome 2.22 overview


Article from Issue 92/2008

The new Gnome appeared in March and includes improvements for both users and developers. We'll tell you about network-transparent filesystem access, improved usability, and new programs in the latest Gnome.

Released in mid-March, the new version of Gnome includes many improvements for both users and developers. In particular, GVFS removes the restrictions of the legacy network transparent library for virtual filesystems. Many core programs, such as the Nautilus file manager, already rely on GVFS.

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