Gramps 4.2.0 released

Some months after ‘4.1.3‘ release, the Gramps team releases version 4.2.0, a new major release. Think on backup before upgrade! Fixes and changes since 4.1.x branch: New date and language fields on place name Review on GtkBuilder, fix some Gtk3 warnings and move from deprecated methods Change icons and buttons handling methods Enhanced Place Editor […]

Using Prolog to Analyze your Family Tree

I teach a little of Prolog in both Artificial Intelligence and in Programming Languages. Prolog is a language for entering facts, and letting the system deduce new facts based on those. A standard example to learn what the language can do is to practice on a fake family tree. But this could be done on […]

Gramps 4.1.3 released

Just after ‘3.4.9‘ release, which is the last release on 3.4.x branch, the Gramps team releases version 4.1.3, the “Thou shalt not count to five“. Fixes and changes since 4.1.2: Fix db upgrade failure GtkDialog mapped without a transient parent [Gedcom} SUBN and SUBM record handling [Gedcom] Import/export round trip causes lost information [Gedcom] Entering […]

Gramps 3.4.9 released

11 months after ‘3.4.8‘ release, the gramps team has released version 3.4.9. The “I am no longer infected”, 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 and there is some […]