After quite some delay, I finally assembled a second release candidate for KBibTeX 0.6.1. Version 0.6.1 will be the last release in the 0.6.x series.
The following changes were applied since the release of 0.6:
- KDE Bug 351455: Removing soversion from KBibTeX Part
- KDE Bug 353898: Fixing build issues on ARM architecture
- KDE Bug 354785: Using QTextDocument/QTextEdit instead of WebKit/WebEngine: more lightweight and supported on all platforms
- KDE Bug 371515: Speeding up selection of elements in bibliography lists
- KDE Bug 371593: Sorting field and entry types in comboboxes alphabetically
- Fixing crash when open file got modified externally
- Correcting choke on PubMed searches to 10 seconds
- Fixing search issues for ACM, Google Scholar, JSTOR, and ScienceDirect
- Setting foreground color of colored rows to either black or white for better readability
- Disabling OCLC WorldCat (request for support denied by this organization)
- Generally improved code quality as detected by code checkers such as Clazy or Coverity
- Fixing handling of URLs and their protocols for local files
- Fixing setting default id suggestion
- Adding 'Keywords' field to .desktop file
- Removing file that was licensed under CC BY-NC, but never got installed
- Improved Unicode support
- Refactoring writing of bibliography files, both to local and to remote places, including writing to symbolic links
- Better handling quotation marks and protective curly brackets around titles
- Updating translations
- Other minor backports from master. See
git log v0.6..v0.6.1-rc2,
git log -p v0.6..v0.6.1-rc2, or
git diff v0.6..v0.6.1-rc2for details.
Files (source code tar balls, checksums, and GnuPG signatures) are available for download at http://download.gna.org/kbibtex/0.6/:
- GnuPG key 0x1808CB466328F4380685A3B1A264FD738D861F
sha512sum kbibtex-0.6.0.96.tar.xz | diff -s kbibtex-0.6.0.96.tar.xz.sha512 -and
gpg --verify kbibtex-0.6.0.96.tar.xz.sha512.ascto check
Please report any problems through KDE's bug tracker.
A final release is planned for late January or early February, depending on feedback and time available to prepare a release.