Mir 0.19 Brings Fixes, Mir 0.20 Now In Development
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 3 February 2016 at 07:46 AM EST. 22 Comments
Mir 0.19 was quietly released at the end of last week while Mir 0.20 is now officially under development with the latest Bazaar code.

The Mir 0.19.0 changes can be found via this change-log page from their Bazaar repository. As can be seen from the list, Mir 0.19 is mostly about bug fixing. Additional details can be found from Mir on Launchpad.

Mir 0.19 has a number of regression fixes, client crash fixes, race conditions, and then just a few non-bug-fix enhancements. One of the enhancements is handling copy-paste between an X.Org Server and Mir.

The latest development code of Mir now has it opened up for development in the 0.20 series.
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