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Default FVWM 2.6 released after nearly ten years in development

From http://www.h-online.com/open/news/it...t-1229295.html

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After five years since a stable release and nearly ten years in development, version 2.6.0 of the FVWM window manager has been released. This new version adds numerous features including support for PNG/SVG icons, "unmanaged" windows, modules for moving windows and listing running windows, more style options, improved font support with anti-aliasing, GetText support for menu text, support for Perl based modules and mouse gesture bindings. The new release comes with a script, fvwm-convert-2.6, which will convert 2.4's config files to the 2.6's configuration format to simplify upgrading.
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