Announce: Entangle “Bottom“ release 0.7.2 – an app for tethered camera control & capture

Posted: August 25th, 2017 | Filed under: Entangle, Fedora, Photography | 1 Comment »

I am pleased to announce a new release 0.7.2 of Entangle is available for download from the usual location:

The this is mostly a bug fix release, but there was a little internal refactoring work to prepare for future support of timelapse / animation video display and possible webcam support.

  • Requires Gtk >= 3.10.0
  • Fix some introspection annotations
  • Use GdkSeat APIs if available
  • Use GtkOverlay and GtkRevealer in preference to custom widgets
  • Refactoring to prepare to support display of video files
  • Draw symbolic icons for video/image files while waiting for thumbnails to load
  • Ensure session highlight has a min 1 pixel visible border
  • Ensure session browser scrolls fully to right
  • Check for Adwaita icon theme which now includes symbolic icons
  • Remove left over check for DBus GLib
  • Remove use of deprecated GDK monitor functions
  • Remove use of deprecated GTK API for loading URIs
  • Fix handling of motion-notify event that broke client side window dragging
  • Fix warning when setting size of settings viewport
  • Update bug reporting address
  • Turn off over-zealous compiler warning about loop optimizations
  • Add ability to enter IP address of network camera
  • Fix URI pattern used to locate gphoto gvfs mounts
  • Add example plugin for bracketing photos of a total eclipse

One Response to “Announce: Entangle “Bottom“ release 0.7.2 – an app for tethered camera control & capture”

  1. Luke says:

    Hi Daniel, good work on this, thanks.

    However I am trying to compile this on Ubuntu 16.04 and get:

    ./.libs/ undefined reference to `gst_base_src_get_type’
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    Makefile:1045: recipe for target ‘entangle’ failed
    make[4]: *** [entangle] Error 1

    Followed by other errors at make stage.

    From what I see it could be something to do with this:

    But I’m not sure (and no programmer, unfortunately) so am unable to go much further…

    Any idea of what to do?


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