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  Dima Krasner 7c5cb02e71 Removed the libpam-systemd recommendation 6 years ago
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Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>
Oliver M. Bolzer <oliver@debian.org>
Francois Le Clainche <fleclainche@wanadoo.fr>
Maarten Boekhold <boekhold@emirates.net.ae>
Brian Tarricone <kelnos@xfce.org>
Jani Monoses <jani@ubuntu.com>

Parts of the code were copied from gnome-session and ksmserver.
engines/mice/{preview,slide}.png were created by François Leclanché
engines/simple/{preview,fallback}.png were created by Bennedikt Meurer

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* Write a redhat specific shutdown helper using the tricks from
gnome-session/logout.c? [written, but does not work, disabled for
now].

* <Moe> I want that systray dialog back

* Add the ability to choose the logo style for balou themes (centered/
scaled/stretched)

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having to reconfigure or recompile.

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but not in terms of `${prefix}', must each be overridden at install
time for the entire installation to be relocated. The approach of
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./configure CC="cc -Ae -D_XOPEN_SOURCE=500"

and if that doesn't work, install pre-built binaries of GCC for HP-UX.

HP-UX `make' updates targets which have the same time stamps as
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generated files such as `configure' are involved. Use GNU `make'
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- Add shutdown/reboot functionality for systemd (bug #8729).
- Fix logic of the --fast action (bug #8857).
- Bump copyright year.
- Store the watch function id to avoid possible double free (bug #9709).
- Use the async spawn function of glib.
- Autotools updates.
- Remove gnome-keyring remains.
- Handle multiple interactive session save (bug #5379).
- Translation updates: Arabic, Bulgarian, Greek, Spanish (Castilian),
Croatian, Indonesian, Polish, Serbian, Swedish, Turkish, Uyghur.

4.10.0
======
- Remove remaining code to shutdown gconf.
- Skip gpg/ssh-agent if GNOME compat is enabled and gnome-keyring found.
- Replace mkdirhier with mkdir (bug #8776).
- Translation updates: Spanish (Castilian), Galician, Japanese,
Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish, Chinese (China), Chinese
(Taiwan).

4.9.2
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- Restore ssh and gpg agent starting (bug #7018).
- Translation updates: Czech, German, English (United Kingdom),
Spanish (Castilian), Croatian, Hungarian, Japanese, Kazakh, Korean,
Dutch (Flemish), Polish, Russian.

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- Remove deprecated or unused code from xinit.
- Use macro to search for sed.
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Basque, Finnish, French, Galician, Croatian, Italian, Japanese,
Kazakh, Korean, Lithuanian, Dutch (Flemish), Norwegian Nynorsk,
Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Slovak, Turkish,
Ukrainian, Chinese (China).

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- Add support for starting assistive technologies.
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- Fix crash if save timeout for a client is triggered (bug #7320).
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- Remove unused icons.
- Show all applications in autostart (bug #8014).
- Drop gpg-agent and ssh-agent handling.
- Translation updates: Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan (Valencian), Czech,
Danish, German, Greek, Spanish (Castilian), Basque, Finnish, French,
Galician, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Italian,
Kazakh, Korean, Lithuanian, Dutch (Flemish), Norwegian Nynorsk,
Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian, Russian,
Slovak, Swedish, Telugu, Turkish, Ukrainian, Chinese (China), Chinese
(Taiwan).

4.8.2 (not released yet)
=====
- Fix crash if save timeout for a client is triggered (bug #7320).
- Fix configuration location in manpage (bug #7371).

4.8.1
=====
- Add missing license information (bug #7240).
- Fix --fast CLI option when used with another option (bug #7197).
- Fix error pop up when clicking session menu item (bug #7123).
- Don't fallback to "system" icon in the logout dialog (bug #7196).
- Update FSF address in copyright headers.
- Updated translations: French, Swedish, Russian, Turkish.

4.8.0
=====
- Add main category to desktop file.
- Updated translations: Polish, Romanian, French, Arabic.

4.7.3
=====
- Fix missing include.
- Do not register to menu else the panel never hides (bug #7020).
- Fix xfce4-session-logout --halt and --reboot (bug #5032).
- Translation updates (nb, cs, en_GB, sv, hr, pt).

4.7.2
=====
- Do not try "unix-session" authorization with PolicyKit as this
seems to be either broken or not implemented in PolicyKit (bug #6817).
This fixes suspend/hibernate in xfce4-session-logout.
- Fix possibly shadowed variables.
- Fix compilation on FreeBSD with polkit (bug #6870).
- Restore splash screen functionality (bug #6831).
- Fix logout with sudo.
- Translation updates (de, pt_BR, zh_CN, el, uk, it, id, ja, kk, pt).

4.7.1
=====
- Add support for new gnome-keyring (bugs #5912, #5137 and #6073).
- Fix typo in xflock4 error message.
- Don't use consolekit when it's not enabled.
- Remove consolekit session creation in xfce4-session.
- Use cairo to draw the fadeout.
- Remove obsolote gtk_tooltip_* calls and other < gtk 2.14 code.
- Fix the check for legacy sm.
- Fix configure build options.
- Print build config after running configure.
- Various code cleanups.
- Translation updates (it, ug, gl, zh_TW, de, ru, ja, sv, fi, kk,
pt, da, ca, eu, hu).

4.7.0
=====
- Query HAL to be sure suspend and hibernate are supported. If not,
don't even show the buttons (bug #4952).
- Allow xfce4-tips to work when 'fortune' is not installed (bug #2871).
- Allow clients to set arbitrary custom SM properties.
- Support _GSM_DesktopFile and use it in the settings dialog to display
an icon and localized app name if available.
- Add timing information to verbose.
- Allow xfce4-tips to work properly without 'fortune' installed (bug #2871).
- Add org.freedesktop.PowerManagement support for logout actions.
- Add panel plugin that lists shutdown/logout actions.
- Huge refactoring of how SM properties are handled.
- Display richer information if the SM knows the client's .desktop file.
- If it looks like the helper got killed, just return success (bug #4849).
- Fix crash when properties are freed in failure handler (bug #5797).
- Port code to libxfce4ui and drop deprecated Gtk code.
- Fix error when running --help or --version (bug #6169).
- Fix changing the restart style (bug #5768).
- Add some additional checks for bug #5233.
- Allow slashes in the application name (bug #3995).
- Handle OnlyShowIn GNOME or KDE when compat is set.
- Don't save settings dialogs when saving session (Bug #5113).
- A lot of compiler warnings got fixed and build improvements.
- Use ConsoleKit for shutdown and restart.
- Use Upower for suspend and hibernate.
- Use gtk_init_with_args in xfce4-session-logout.
- Add a desktop file for xfce4-session-logout.
- Don't write the deprecated encoding key to desktop files.
- Remove deprecated encoding key from desktop files.
- Move $libexecdir files to $libdir.
- Move splash engines to $lidir/xfce4/session/splash-engines.
- Generate documentation during dist check.
- Translation updates (gl, ro, lv, it, ur_PK, zh_CN, hu, ast, da, po,
ja, kk, eu, ca, cs, el, ru, sk, es, tr, lv, sq, fi, pt_BR, de, uk,
bn, zh_TW).


4.6.1
=====

- Fix crash in settings dialog when a .desktop file with a missing
Application key is opened (bug 5020).
- Ensure networked session handling over TCP is disabled by
default (bug 5126).

4.6.0
=====

- Respect the ICEAUTHORITY env var (bug 4369).
- Fix sudo shutdown helper for systems without HAL (bug 4849).
- Avoid a spurious error dialog when using the sudo shutdown helper
to shut down the system (bug 4849).
- Fix crash in autostart editor when adding a new app (bug 4934).
- Translation updates: el, eu, gl, hu, id, it, pl, ru, tr

4.5.99.1 (Xfce 4.6rc1)
======================

- Translation updates: cs, da, fr, nb_NO, pt_BR, sv, zh_CN.

4.5.93 (Xfce 4.6beta3)
======================

- Don't let autostart get run twice when using the failsafe session
(bug 4486).
- Display username in logout dialog (bug 3083).
- Ignore DBUS_GERROR_NO_REPLY errors on suspend/hibernate (bug 4629).
- Use xfce_message_dialog() instead of xfce_err() for the Balou config
dialog.
- Check for the existence of pwd.h and getpwuid().
- Display the currently logged-in user in the shutdown dialog.
- Properly signal that startup is complete when using the failsafe
session.
- Translation updates: ca, cs, de, es, eu, fi, fr, hu, id, ja, nb_BO,