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GParted Open-Source Partition Editor Reaches 1.0 Milestone After Almost 15 Years

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Developed in GTK (GNOME Toolkit) for more than 14 years, Gparted is a graphical front-end to the GNU Parted open-source partition editing utility and the official partition editor app for the GNOME desktop environment. These days, almost all Linux-based operating system ship with GParted preinstalled.

Today, after nearly 15 years in development, GParted 1.0.0 was released as a major version featuring support for the F2FS file system to read disk usage, grow, and check, the ability to enable online resizing of extended partitions, better refreshing of NTFS file systems, and port to Gtkmm 3 (GTK+3) and GNOME 3 yelp-tools.

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GParted 1.0.0 Released

  • GParted 1.0.0 Released

    GParted is the GNOME Partition Editor for creating, reorganizing, and
    deleting disk partitions.

    The GParted 1.0.0 release includes a significant undertaking to migrate
    the code base from gtkmm2 to gtkmm3 (our GTK3 port). Thanks go to Luca
    Bacci and Mike Fleetwood for making this happen.

    With this major change we bump up the major version number. This 1.0.0
    release is not meant to indicate that GParted is more stable or less
    stable than before. Instead it means that GParted now requires gtkmm3
    instead of gtkmm2. Note that several other dependencies have changed as

GParted 1.0 Released With Gtkmm 3 Port, F2FS Support

  • GParted 1.0 Released With Gtkmm 3 Port, F2FS Support

    As we reported was on the horizon last week, GParted 1.0 has been released after fourteen years of being the leading GUI-based Linux utility for partition/file-system management.

    GParted 1.0 brings the long overdue porting to GTK3/Gtkmm3 to replace its old GTK2 usage, offers proper F2FS file-system support around growing/resizing/verifying, Btrfs handling improvements, improved NTFS read usage, online resizing of extended partitions, and other fixes/enhancements.

Open Source Partition Editor GParted Finally Hits v1.0

  • After 14 Years, Open Source Partition Editor GParted Finally Hits v1.0

    If you’ve used Linux there’s a good chance you’ve come across GParted, a popular open-source partition editor — and this week the utility reached a major milestone.

    Having spent the past 14 years releasing 0.x builds (the previous stable release was version 0.33.0-2) graphical partition manager GParted has finally hit the major version 1.0.0 milestone.

    But if you’re expecting a radical set of changes to accompany the radical leap in version number then …Well, you might be disappointed.

GParted Live Linux Distribution Updated with the Latest Release

  • GParted Live Linux Distribution Updated with the Latest GParted 1.0 Release

    After more than 14 years, the popular and open-source GParted partition editor reached 1.0 milestone this week, a release that finally ports the software to the latest GTK3 (Gtkmm 3) toolkit and the GNOME 3 yelp-tools documentation infrastructure.

    In addition, Gparted 1.0 comes with support for reading disk usage, grow and check on F2FS filesystems, support for enabling online resizing of extended partitions, better refreshing of NTFS filesystems, and lots of other bugs fixes and improvements.

GParted Hits 1.0 After 15 Years of Development

  • GParted Hits 1.0 After 15 Years of Development

    GParted partition editor for GNU/Linux hits a milestone version 1.0 after nearly 15 years of development.

    GParted is a GTK based free and open source disk partitioning utility available for all GNU/Linux distribution. The graphical interface for Parted CLI application, GParted is very popular disk utility and is a go-to tool when making disk partitioning, resizing, naming a volume, erasing a volume and many more.

    This major release migrated the code base from gtkmm2 to gtkmm3 for porting to GTK3.

GParted reaches version 1.0 after 15 years in development

  • GParted reaches version 1.0 after 15 years in development

    Need a tool to manage the partitions of your drives? Need to fix a corrupted USB drive? Want to change the filesystem of a storage device? All of these questions and any similar ones almost always emerge with the same answer in any Linux user’s mind – GParted.

    GParted or the GNOME Partition Editor is a tool for managing partitions of storage devices, and everything else related to it. Personally, it was one of the first tools in Linux that I learned about when I was starting on this journey. And it remains a companion. GParted can always be trusted to fix all your storage device problems.

By linuxtechnews today

  • GParted Live (GNOME Partition Editor) 1.0.0-1 Reaches Stable Release After 15 Years of Development

    GParted (GNOME Partition Editor) is a free partition manager that enables you to check, create, delete, label, set new UUID, resize, copy, and move partitions without data loss.

    It is a free partition editor for graphically managing your disk partitions.

    It supports most of the file system types like btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, linux-swap, lvm2, pv, nilfs2, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, udf, ufs, xfs.

    The GParted team is pleased to announce a new stable release of GParted Live 1.0.0-1 after 15 years of development.

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