Thanks to the work of Christoph Reiter, GLib has had continuous integration builds on Windows (using MinGW32/MSYS2) for a week or two now. Furthermore, he’s added code coverage support, so we can easily see how our code coverage is changing over time. Thanks Christoph!
I've just finished converting the site to use WordPress instead of the custom software I'd previously been using. It'd been getting too time-consuming to keep everything maintained and up-to-date with the latest things going on on the Internet, and I'd been reduced to making posts via phpMyAdmin due to various things breaking. Hopefully, this should be better, and a lot less hassle to keep running. I apologise if the transition has messed up the feed for anyone, but I've tried my hardest to redirect all the old URLs, so things should keep working as before.
Recently, I had to compile my computing coursework for Windows, as the person for whom it's written only uses Windows. Much to my delight, once I'd figured out the terminology and basic principles, getting it to cross-compile for Windows using MinGW was quite easy! Since I couldn't find much documentation on the process while doing it, I've written up the steps I took, and perhaps someone else will find them useful.
Last month, I also managed to write up some API documentation for totem-pl-parser, which has been on the to-do list for a little while. It was quite easy to get the hang of gtk-doc, too, and once I'd got started, the documentation got done quite quickly. If anyone's implementing anything using totem-pl-parser, I'd appreciate any feedback on the usefulness of the documentation, as it can always be improved.