The current stable release is 0.6.0, “Down”, released on May 2nd, 2014. [gpg signature]

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Changes in this release are:

 * Add a demonstration plugin for setting up a captive photo box display mode
 * Switch to use Python3 for plugin engine instead of JavaScript
 * Use GTK dark theme
 * Require GNOME symbolic icon theme to be installed
 * Switch to require lcms2 instead of lcms
 * Move application icon into a standard directory mandated to work with the appdata tools
 * Make manual focus work with Canon EOS cameras
 * Disable flickering progress bar in preview mode with Canon EOS cameras
 * Remove use of deprecated GTK methods/classes/constants
 * Remove use of gexiv2 method which is not long exported
 * Remove use of deprecated libpeas methods
 * Add GTK-DOC transfer annotations / docs to all methods
 * Avoid loosing camera capabilities on disconnect
 * Fix off by one in histogram tables causing memory corruption
 * Mark appdata / desktop files for translation
 * Fix typos in README file
 * Fix inverted tests when checking if range widget changed
 * Avoid storm of expose events due to auto-drawer widget
 * Avoid never ending circular update of controls causing errors in some camera modes
 * Add workaround for crazy D5100 camera serial number
 * Add customizable highlight/background for images
 * Avoid reference leak of windows preventing proper cleanup
 * Remove camera manual/about/driver help windows since it did not contain any info useful to users
 * Filter list of cameras in connect dialog to only those which support capture/preview
 * Don't auto connect to cameras which don't support capture or preview
 * Ensure parent window is set on dialogs to prevent them falling behind main window
 * Fix crash with latest GTK due to incorrect overriding of GtkApplication startup method
 * Update to cope with changed GExiv API version
 * Refreshed translations from transifex

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