Soprano 2.4.0 had a small bug where a mutex was destoyed before it had been unlocked. The result was that KDE applications hang for no apparent reason (see also KDE bugs #226218 and #226154). This hotfix release fixes that bug.
Soprano has seen some nice work since the 2.3 release series. And just in time for KDE SC 4.4.0 I present the next step in Qt RDF data handling: Soprano 2.4.0.
Soprano 2.3.73 is the (hopefully) last release candidate before the final 2.4 release which will accompany KDE SC 4.4.
Soprano 2.3.70 is a beta of the upcoming Soprano 2.4 which is intended to be packaged for KDE 4.4 beta1.
Soprano 2.3.1 is the first bugfix release for the 2.3 series and fixes a few little annoyances:
Get and package it while it is hot.
I am proud to announce the release of Soprano 2.3.0 which marks the next step in RDF storage, parsing, and serialization on the desktop. Soprano 2.3.0 is intended to accompany the upcoming release of KDE 4.3.
Soprano 2.2.69 is the first release candidate of Soprano 2.3. It is intended to accompany KDE 4.3 RC1 to be released the 30th of June.
Soprano 2.2.69 features a range of improvements, most noticeably the introduction of the LanguageTag class and support for plain RDF literals.
A full Changelog will be released with Soprano 2.3 final.
Soprano 2.2.4 is a bugfix release (probably the last one before the 2.3 release) which fixes a few issues:
Soprano 2.2.3 is just a small maintenance release which fixes a bug with the updated build system: tests were not disabled with their corresponding optional components.
Most users can safely ignore this release.
Soprano 2.2.2 is a maintenance release which mostly improves the build system which should make things easier for packagers.