libmygpo-qt 1.0.3 released, new Git repository location

Our resident gpodder.net C++ client master Stefan returns with another release announcement: The Amarok team has released Amarok 2.4.1, it's the first widespread application to use libmygpo-qt. Thanks for all the feedback since libmygpo-qt 1.0.2 - it's time again for a new bugfix release, so here it is: libmygpo-qt 1.0.3 :)

If you are using the Git repository, please be aware that since this release, the Git repository URL for libmygpo-qt has changed - the library now lives inside the "gpodder" project on Github (other parts of the gPodder ecosystem will move to this location shortly when new versions are released): https://github.com/gpodder/libmygpo-qt

Changes in libmygpo-qt 1.0.3:
  • All private classes used in libmygpo-qt were moved into their own header files (name_p.h) instead of having them in the .cpp files
  • UrlBuilder now uses the fast string concatenation of Qt
  • Some unneeded files were removed (RequestHandlerTest & tests/Makefile.man)
  • Fixed a bug in the build system
  • General cleanup of unnecessary #include statements
Source tarball: libmygpo-qt.1.0.3.tar.gz
md5sum: 5f5995a2e335a3f47487d9b25ef3a16e
sha1sum: 49bbcb886cdb215513ea0e54efb8a488dcc88749

For more information about libmygpo-qt, have a look at the libmygpo-qt wiki.

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