Gclip-select 0.8 released

This is to announce the release 0.8 of gclip-select.

gclip-select is a small program (GNU GPL3+) that allows you to
re-select from the text lines that were selected at one time or
another as the X Primary Selection. This is useful when, in X Windows,
if you have selected something using the left mouse button (as in the
convention of the X Windows System) and you later select something
else but want to get back to the earlier selection.

Thus this program allows you to quickly switch between frequently
copied texts for pasting. When you select some text you will notice
gclip-select window adds the newly selected text to the list. And you
can choose any earlier selection in the list window to make it the X11
primary selection again; you can then paste it using the middle mouse
button.

This program is written in guile and requires gtk+3.0, glib 2.8 (or
above) and GNU G-Golf and GObject-inspection 0.72 (or above). For
details, see the README file.

The 0.8 release available at

https://download-mirror.savannah.nongnu.org/releases/gclip-select/gclip_select-0.8.tar.gz

main changes for this version:
fix bug on clip content selection when selecting a row
provides a guix.scm for development under GNU Guix

For project info, see gclip-select - Summary [Savannah]