Labyrinth 0.6 release

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Thomas Kluyver

Nov 2, 2012, 12:10:19 PM11/2/12
I'm pleased to announce the release of Labyrinth 0.6. This is primarily a bugfix release, but involved fairly major changes to the codebase. All users are encouraged to upgrade.


- Zooming in and out, which was a source of frustration for many, has been greatly improved.
- Editing rich text inside thoughts is now more stable.
- Maps are now stored in the application data directory, as specified by Existing maps will be automatically moved when you run the new version.
- The autotools build system is no longer used, so it's simpler to install and hack the codebase.

You can download the new release from here, and run 'python labyrinth' to use it:
The package has also been submitted to Ubuntu.

If you encounter any bugs, please report them on Github:

Thomas Kluyver
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