Gramps 4.1.1 released

The Gramps team releases version 4.1.1, the “MachineThatGoes…Ping!“. Changes since 4.1.0: Fix custom place types in the place editor Allow place type combobox to receive focus. Store custom place types in the metadata table Fix place type for places without a main location Fix bug adding parent places to a new place Prevent user creating […]

Gramps 4.1.0 released

The Gramps team releases version 4.1.0, the “Name go in book“. This is a new major release. Don’t upgrade before verifying your system can run it. New features on 4.1.x branch: GEP 006: Better Place handling New Tags support on Event, Place, Repository, Source, and Citation Source/Citation Data becomes Attributes Add optional support for checksum […]

Gramps 3.4.8 released

One week after ‘4.0.4‘ release, the gramps team has released version 3.4.8. The “Forget about your sin, give the audience a grin”, a maintenance and bug fix release. This is a maintenance release designed for still running gramps with gtk2. The database is common between version 4.0.x and 3.4.x branch, most differences are into interface […]

Gramps 4.0.4 released

The Gramps team releases version version 4.0.4, the “Not the comfy chair“. This is a maintenance release for the next generation of Gramps, don’t upgrade before verifying your system can run it. Changes since Gramps 4.0.3: Upgrade to db version 17 fails in Python 3 due to use of iteritems Database corrupted – TypeError: unhashable […]