Long time ago GNOME Files (Nautilus) had the ability to handle custom annotations attached to files and directories. This ability has slowly gone lost in the folds of time. Things however are rarely really unlearned, and an ability rarely goes away for good.Nautilus Annotations brings back Nautilus' annotation capabilities. It exploits the same machinery that was used back then: that of relying on GIO to store custom information about a file or a directory.
major feature: (2021-05-27).Changes:A selection of CSS themes has been created and the `notebook` theme has been.Chosen as the default themeIt is now possible to override the system-wide CSS. (`/usr/share/nautilus-annotations/style.css`) by placing a CSS in the home.Directory (` /.local/share/nautilus-annotations/style.css`) -- the extensionChecks in the home directory first, if no theme is found it falls back to theDefault CSSText wrap has been removed from the "Annotations" column -- the column.Appearance is something that should be managed upstream by NautilusUse of `fprintf()` for message logging has been dropped in favor of GLib's. `g_message()`.Code review.A `with-theme=...` option has been added to the `configure` script for.Selecting a different CSS theme during the build process; with this comes a`--without-theme` option too, for relying solely on the current GTK theme and.Not using any extension-specific oneInternationalization does not depend on XDG intltool anymore, but only onGNU gettext.