Release Notes: The __FUNCTION__ macros were removed because GCC 3.4 no longer supports them.
Release Notes: There is a new UndoManager interface so that applications can now make their own undo manager. The DiaCancasEditable interface was extended. There were also several minor improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: X canvas is no longer supported. The rendering code was cleaned up.
Release Notes: This release features a better DiaCanvasGroupable API , better Python support, and memory leak fixes.
Release Notes: Bugs in the view-item code were fixed. Text no longer displays differently when zooming in/out.
Release Notes: In this version there is a new path shape implementation: paths can be cyclic, have a fill color and be used as clipping paths. There is better text handling, so that marked up text can now also be handled, better UTF-8 support, dashed lines for ellipse and bezier shapes, better code for canvas item movement and state changes, better handling of compound objects, a pretty good SVG export filter, and better Python bindings (require PyGTK).
Release Notes: This release supports libgnomeprint, Bezier curves, and exporting to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics).
Release Notes: This version includes better Python support, lots of improvements for the Python bindings, including modularization, and documentation. There are also some bugfixes, better code for adding and removing child items, better support for creating composite items, and lots of extra properties for DiaCanvasText. Setting a canvas on an already visible CanvasView now works, there is better support for text shapes, and there are more unit tests.
Release Notes: This release uses iterator functions rather than DiaCanvasItem::shapes, has an Interface for group objects, Debian build support, and composite objects. Item relative handle points are now DiaVariables, and there is also a Stack tool. Fixes include a more complete Python wrapper than ever, updated documentation, better support for text shapes, removal of old code, and more unit tests.
Release Notes: Some bugfixes were made and the support for Python was improved.