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GRAMPS 1.1.3 (unstable)

January 18, 2005

GRAMPS unstable/development has been updated to version 1.1.3. GRAMPS is a GNOME genealogy program for Linux and FreeBSD that allows you to easily build and keep track of your family tree.

Among the major changes:

    GRUMPS — Grand Report Unification Made Possible, See! Reports remember their options; command line reports available; same code provides standalone, book item, and command line reports.

SourceForge.net Project Page and Official Site

Supports: All BSD Platforms (FreeBSD, NetBSD, etc.) , all POSIX Platforms (Linux, etc.)

Changes:
Version 1.1.3 — the “Splunge: this is a great idea, but possibly lousy, and I’m not being indecisive” release.

    * New columns for Media and Place Views (Martin Hawlisch).
    * New graphical report — StatisticsChart (Eero Tamminen).
    * Alternative .ini -based backend for storing gramps settings, replacing gconf (Douglas S. Blank).
    * Modules providing database access and basic classes are UI-independent now.
    * Improved Name handling.
    * Date handling improvements.
    * Documentation for core API can now be autogenerated (requires epydoc).
    * Dramatic performance improvements for large databases.
    * Spanish Date handler (Julio Sanchez).
    * Cursor interface added to the database.
    * Interface improvements.
    * GRUMPS — Grand Report Unification Made Possible, See! Reports remember their options; command line reports available; same code provides standalone, book item, and command line reports.
    * Bug fixes.

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