What is new in this release:
Pashua is now Open Source, licensed under the 3-clause BSD license. You can find the source code on GitHub.
Option -e has been deprecated for some time as is now removed. If this option is used, a warning will be written to stderr, but apart from that, the option does not have any effect. Note: in some cases (notably: passing a non-UTF8 dialog configuration via stdin) this can cause an error.
What is new in version 0.10.3:
Savebrowser: when default value is specified, the filename in the dialog is set accordingly
Fix combobox height issue introduced with v0.10.2
What is new in version 0.10.2:
Tooltips can now be multi-line by using n for linebreaks.
Bugfix: when a dialog should be closed but stays on screen due to mandatory elements being empty, checkboxes do no longer lose their status.
What is new in version 0.10.1:
Fixed a problem that could result in an inaccurate button return value under certain circumstances
What is new in version 0.10:
- When displaying images, the pixel size is used for calculating sizes, and the image resolution is ignored
- Slightly reduced the vertical distance between UI items and their labels
- New application icon
- The command-line switch -e for setting the encoding is no longer supported and is ignored if used. (Which has been marked as deprecated since January 2014.) Pashua now expects input as UTF-8 and will output resulting values as UTF-8, but will usually be able to auto-detect, if another encoding (MacRoman, Latin1 etc.) is used. If input is in another encoding, Pashua will use the same encoding for the output.
- Mandatory UI elements can be defined by the new mandatory attribute, and a dialog cannot be closed as long as mandatory fields are empty.
- Added ability to set placeholder values (attribute placeholder) for element types combobox, openbrowser, savebrowser, textfield
- Fixed attribute tooltip attribute for types cancelbutton and defaultbutton
- Removed the number of examples that are included with Pashua. Remaining examples can now be found in GitHub repositories.
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