Version 1.0 Of Enlightenment Foundation Libraries
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 29 January 2011 at 02:58 AM EST. 40 Comments
If you missed it this Friday night, version 1.0 of the core Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) have been released.

These Enlightenment libraries have been in beta since October, but are now ready for prime-time adoption with hitting this 1.0 milestone.

Among the Enlightenment libraries hitting version 1.0 are Eina, Eet, Evas, Ecore, Embryo, Edie, E_Dbus, Efreet, and Eeze. The announcement can be found at

After Enlightenment E16 1.0 was released in 2009, other milestones since then have been an E17 snapshot, Samsung sponsoring Enlightenment's development, and Enlightenment is now even running on refrigerators.

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