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- sudo apt-get update -qq && sudo apt-get install -y -qq libtool pkg-config python3-openssl gir1.2-gtk-3.0 python3-gi python3-nbxmpp-nightly pylint3
- sudo apt-get build-dep -y -qq gajim-default-nightly
- test
- build
stage: test
- python3 setup.py test_nogui
stage: test
- pylint3 --additional-builtins=_ --disable=all --enable=E0001,E0011,E0012,E0100,E0101,E0102,E0103,E0104,E0105,E0106,E0107,E0108,E0202,E0221,E0222,E0235,E0501,E0502,E0503,E0602,E0603,E0604,E0701,E0702,E1001,E1002,E1003,E1004,E1111,E1120,E1121,E1122,E1123,E1124,E1125,E1200,E1201,E1205,E1206,E1300,E1301,E1302,E1303,E1304,E1305,E1306,E1310,E1700,E1701,W0102 gajim
stage: build
- python3 setup.py sdist
- cd dist
- export FN="gajim-default-"$(date +%F)".tar"
- mv gajim-*.tar.gz $FN.gz
- mkdir tmp_add_plugins
- mv $FN.gz tmp_add_plugins/
- cd tmp_add_plugins/
- tar xzf $FN.gz
- rm $FN.gz
- export GF=$(find . -maxdepth 1 -type d -name 'gajim-*')
- mkdir -p $GF/gajim/data/plugins/
- cd $GF/gajim/data/plugins/
- curl -O https://ftp.gajim.org/plugins_1/plugin_installer.zip
- unzip plugin_installer.zip
- rm plugin_installer.zip
- cd ../../../..
- tar czf ../$FN.gz gajim-*
- cd ..
- rm -rf tmp_add_plugins
- scp $FN.gz panoramix:/var/www/gajim/downloads/snap/ci/gajim-default-$CI_COMMIT_SHA.tar.gz
name: "gajim-default-$CI_COMMIT_REF_NAME-$CI_COMMIT_SHA"
expire_in: 1 week
- gajim-default-2???-??-??.tar.gz
**Please first check if another issue has been opened for your problem**
## Versions
- OS:
- Gajim version:
- GTK version:
- Python-nbxmpp version:
## Steps to reproduce the problem
## Expected behavior
## Actual behavior
**Please note by far the quickest way to get a new feature is to file a Merge Request.**
## Description of the new feature
Yann Leboulanger (asterix AT lagaule.org)
Philipp Hörist (philipp AT hoerist.com)
Stefan Bethge (stefan AT lanpartei.de)
Alexander Cherniuk (ts33kr AT gmail.com)
Stephan Erb (steve-e AT h3c.de)
Vincent Hanquez (tab AT snarc.org)
Dimitur Kirov (dkirov AT gmail.com)
Nikos Kouremenos (kourem AT gmail.com)
Julien Pivotto (roidelapluie AT gmail.com)
Jonathan Schleifer (js-gajim AT webkeks.org)
Travis Shirk (travis AT pobox.com)
Brendan Taylor (whateley AT gmail.com)
Jean-Marie Traissard (jim AT lapin.org)
- master - Development branch
- gajim_1.0 - Stable Gajim 1.0.x branch
- gajim_0.16 - Stable Gajim 0.16.x branch
If you are not familiar with Git please read the [HowTo](https://dev.gajim.org/gajim/gajim/wikis/howtogit)
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Gajim 0.16.6 ( September 2016)
Gajim 1.1.0 (TBA)
* Support http:upload:0
* Support for displaying/uploading avatars for rooms
* Support for PKIX over Secure HTTP (POSH)
Gajim 1.0.2 (30 April 2018)
Bugs fixed:
* 7879 Server name is rejected for group chat bookmarks
* 8964 setup.py install misses some files if used with "--skip-build"
* 9017 Password was sometimes stored in plaintext
* 9022 Dont show error when receiving invalid avatars
* 9031 Windows: Always hide roster window on X
* 9038 No License in About dialog
* 9039 Encode filenames before sending
* 9044 Catch invalid IQ stanzas and log them
* 9049 XMPP logo in "Add New Contact" window instead Gajim logo
* 9050 Mark some strings as translatable
* 9054 Error on file send completion
* 9055 Removing a bookmark causes error
* 9057 Avatar is deleted when updating vCard
* 9065 Account label isn't change in tooltip of notification area icon
* 9066 Placeholder text does't disappear
* 9068 Missing pulseaudio in Flatpak image
* 9070 Fix History Manager search
* 9074 Proxy comobobox in accounts/connections doesn't get update after ManageProxies
* 9094 problem receiving file
* 9101 Notification never autohides in gnome
* Correctly reload Plugins
* Save history export with utf8 encoding
* Dont allow plain BOSH by default
Gajim 1.0.1 (1 April 2018)
* Improve MAM support
* Image preview in file chooser dialog
* Groupchat: Set minimize on auto join default True
* Delete bookmark when we destroy a room
* Fix account deletion
* Fix custom font handling
* Fix OpenPGP message decryption
* Fix window position restore on multi-head setups
* Fix scrolling in message window
* Improve Windows build and build for 64 bits
Gajim 1.0.0 (17 March 2018)
* Ported to GTK3 / Python3
* Integrate HTTPUpload
* Add Navigation buttons in History Window
* Improvements for HiDPI Screens
* Depend on the python keyring package for password storage
* Flatpak support
* Lots of refactoring
* New Emoji support
* New Chat Window design
* New StartChat Window (Ctrl+N)
* New ServerInfo Window
* AccountWindow Redesign
* Moved some encryption code out into Plugins (see PGP Plugin, Esessions Plugin)
* OTR Plugin was not ported, use OMEMO
* Added mam:1 and mam:2 support (mam:0 was removed)
* Added MAM for MUCs support
* Added support for showing XEP-0084 Avatars
* Add support for geo: URIs
* Added xmpp URI handling directly in Gajim
* Removed Gajim-Remote
* Removed XEP-0012 (Last Activity)
* Removed XEP-0136 (Message Archiving)
* Added XEP-0156 (Discovering Alternative XMPP Connection Methods)
* Added XEP-0319 (Last User Interaction in Presence)
* Added XEP-0368 (SRV records for XMPP over TLS)
* Added XEP-0380 (Explicit Message Encryption)
* Added Jingle FT:5 support
* Lots of other small bugfixes
- Meta Contacts: Filtering the roster could lead to a crash in some circumstances. Use CTRL + N for starting new chats as a workaround
- Audio/Video support is currently not maintained and most likely not working
- Windows: Translation is not working currently
Gajim 0.16.9 (30 November 2017)
* Improve Zeroconf behavior
* Fix showing normal message event
* remove usage of OpenSSL.rand
* a few minor bugfixes
Gajim 0.16.8 (04 June 2017)
* Fix rejoining MUCs after connection loss
* Fix Groupchat invites
* Fix encoding problems with newer GnuPG versions
* Fix old messages randomly reappearing in the chat window
* Fix some problems with IBB filetransfer
* Make XEP-0146 Commands opt-in
* Improve sending messages to your own resources
* Improve reliability of delivery recipes
* Many minor bugfixes
Gajim 0.16.7 (30 January 2017)
* Better compatibility with XEP-0191: Blocking Command
* Windows Credential Vault is used for password storage on Windows
* Gajim now depends on python-gnupg for PGP encryption
* Add portable installer for Windows
* Remove usage of demandimport
* Many minor bugfixes
Gajim 0.16.6 (02 October 2016)
* Fix using gpg2
* Improve message receips usage
* Improve message receipts usage
* Improve roster filtering
* several minor bugs
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