Previous releases of Gramps

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This is a list of Gramps and its previous releases.

Meaning
Green Current version. Recommended for all new installs
Yellow Still supported (Update to the last release for that version / Strongly Recommended you upgrade to the Current version)
Blue Current Public testing version (Unstable/Alpha/Beta/Release Candidate)
Silver Development version (Git Version - Here be dragons - Recommended only for testing the future of Gramps)
Red Not supported (Update to the last release for that version / Strongly Recommended you upgrade to the Current version)

See also

Version Release Date Name Notes User Manual
Git N/A N/A Development version (Python 3.5+ only / GTK 3.12+ / SQLite3 (Default backend) / BSDDB 3 (Legacy backend)) / Developers/Roadmap N/A
5.1.3 2020-08-13
5.1.2 2020-01-10
5.1.1 2019-09-14
5.1.0 2019-08-21 Python 3.3+ only / GTK 3.12+ / SQLite3 (Default backend) / BSDDB 3 (Legacy backend) 5.1.x
5.0.2 2019-08-08
5.0.1 2018-12-20
5.0.0 2018-07-24 (Python 3.2+ only / GTK 3.10+ / BSDDB 3 (Default backend) / SQLite3 (Experimental backend) ) 5.0.x
5.0.0-rc1 (unstable) 2018-05-20
5.0.0-beta1 (unstable) 2018-02-18
4.2.8 2018-02-09 A one-bug-fix release. It corrects the Geography views for bad 'dbstate.is_open()'
4.2.7 2018-02-08
5.0.0-alpha3 (unstable) 2017-09-02
4.2.6 2017-08-01 In Memory of Peter Landgren.
5.0.0-alpha2 (unstable) 2017-06-10 [1]
4.2.5 2016-12-15
4.2.4 2016-09-04 [2]
5.0.0-alpha1 (unstable) 2016-06-04 [3]
4.2.3 2016-04-10
4.2.2 2016-01-06
4.2.1 2015-10-12
4.2.0 2015-08-02 (Python 3.2+ only / GTK 3.10+ / BSDDB 3) 4.2.x
4.2.0beta2 (unstable) 2015-07-08 [4]
4.2.0beta1 (unstable) 2015-06-21 [5]
4.1.3 2015-05-01 Thou shalt not count to five
3.4.9 2015-04-30 I am no longer infected
4.1.2 2015-02-28 That's no ordinary rabbit
4.1.1 2014-10-24 MachineThatGoes...Ping!
4.1.0 2014-06-16 Name go in book (Full Python 3 support added) 4.1.x
3.4.8 2014-05-29 Forget about your sin, give the audience a grin
4.0.4 2014-05-22 Not the comfy chair
4.0.3 2014-01-27 It's tomorrow, ask me now
3.4.7 2014-01-27 Ask me tomorrow, but not today
4.0.2 2013-11-08 Welcome to our humble abode
3.4.6 2013-10-28 The Answer to the Ultimate Question
4.0.1 2013-06-24 What is washing when we are on the verge of a great scientific breakthrough?
3.4.5 2013-05-22 We have also developed a tomato which can eject itself when an accident is imminent
4.0.0 2013-05-21 The Miracle Of Birth (Python 2.7+ or Python 3.2+ / GTK 3.0+ / BSDDB ) 4.0.x
3.4.4 2013-05-15 The Ministry of Silly Names
4.0.0-beta (unstable) 2013-04-06
3.4.3 2013-03-19 Whenever life gets you down, Mrs. Brown
4.0.0-alpha5 (unstable) 2013-03-06
4.0.0-alpha4 (unstable) 2013-01-26
4.0.0-alpha3 (unstable) 2013-01-03
4.0.0-alpha2 (unstable) 2012-12-31
4.0.0-alpha1 (unstable) 2012-12-21
3.4.2 2012-10-28 We're all individuals!
3.4.1 2012-08-23 A tiger? In Africa?! In Memory of Rob G. Healey.
3.4.0 2012-05-21 The "always look on the bright side of life" feature release.
3.3.2 2012-05-18 The Knights who say 'Ni'
3.3.1 2011-10-01 The Tenth Anniversary Edition
3.3.0 2011-06-12 Prelude to the next version
3.2.6 2011-04-30 So far, so good.
3.2.5 2010-11-17 I intend to live forever.
3.2.4 2010-10-11 Tententen (Re-released due to missing .css file.)
3.2.4 2010-10-10 Tententen
3.2.3 2010-05-16 I used to eat there. Really good noodles.
3.2.2 2010-04-25 Mea navis aëricumbens anguillis abundat
3.2.1 2010-04-21 One of those men is my father
3.2.0 2010-03-15 I am your father
3.1.3 2009-12-06 What Name?
3.1.2 2009-06-06 Skip the impersonations
3.1.1 2009-03-09 Spam, bacon, sausage and spam
3.1.0 2009-03-07 I am the director of a publishing company.
3.0.4 2008-12-06 All the children sing
3.0.3 2008-10-19 I have this terrible feeling of déjà vu.
3.0.2 2008-09-27 You look like a milkman to me.
3.0.1 2008-05-17 Don't call me "Señor!"
3.0.0 2008-03-24 It was just getting interesting. (Python 2.5+ / PyGTK2 2.10+ / BSDDB ) 3.0.x
2.90.0 (unstable) 2008-01-16 [6]
2.2.10 2008-01-13 Lemon Curry? [7]
2.2.9 2007-10-18 Here's your ninepence [8]
2.2.8 2007-05-27 You sons of a silly person [9]
2.2.7 2007-04-22 Well, I didn't vote for you. [10]
2.2.6 2007-01-29 Summarize Proust Competition [11]
2.2.5 2007-01-28 Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time [12]
2.2.4 2006-12-24 When you're chewing on life's gristle, Don't grumble, give a whistle [13]
2.2.3 2006-11-26 My philosophy, like color television, is all there in black and white [14]
2.2.2 2006-11-02 We interrupt this program to annoy you and make things generally irritating [15]
2.2.1 2006-10-29 One, two, five! [16][17] (This release added support for MS-Windows.)[18][19]
2.2.0 Due to a slight mistake in the numbering scheme, this version was never released the first 2.2.x version was 2.2.1 2.2.x
2.2.0rc2 (unstable) 2006-10-24 What is your quest? [20]
2.2.0rc1 (unstable) 2006-10-12 Help, Help! I'm being repressed! [21]
2.1.95 (unstable) 2006-08-27 Listen! I can't give it to you now. It says, 'in the event of death'. Uh. Oh! Ah. Ah. Eh. [22]
2.1.91 (unstable) 2006-08-13 Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government [23]
2.1.0 (unstable) 2006-04-29 What are you going to do, bleed on me? [24][25]
2.0.11 2006-04-29 I will not buy this record, it is scratched [26]
2.0.10 2006-02-27 Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch [27]
2.0.9 2005-12-11 Nobody expects the Spanish inquisition! [28]
2.0.8 2005-09-05 Romani ite domum [29]
2.0.7 2005-09-04 Romanes eunt domus [30]
2.0.6 2005-08-15 Just like my dear papa! [31]
2.0.5 2005-07-05 It's certainly uncontaminated by cheese [32] [33]
2.0.4 2005-06-27 That's enough music for now, lads. [34]
2.0.3 2005-06-04 Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti... [35]
2.0.2 2005-06-04 Little fermented curd will do the trick [36]
2.0.1 2005-05-23 None shall pass [37]
2.0.0 2005-05-10 The bright side of life [38] [39] ( Python 2.3+ /Gnome 2.8+ /PyGTK2 2.4+ /Gnome-python 2.6 + / BSDDB ) ??
1.1.99 (unstable) 2005-04-24 What… is your favourite colour? [40]
1.1.95 (unstable) 2005-04-11 When danger reared its ugly head, he bravely turned his tail and fled [41]
1.0.11 2005-03-19 What have the Romans done for us? [42]
1.1.90 (unstable) 2005-02-21 Successful encyclopedia salesman [43]
1.0.10 2005-01-30 Migrating coconuts [44]
1.0.9 2005-01-29 Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-Ekki-PTANG. Zoom-Boing. Z'nourrwringmm [45]
1.1.3 (unstable) 2005-01-18 Splunge: this is a great idea, but possibly lousy, and I’m not being indecisive [46]
1.1.2 (unstable) 2004-12-06 Confuse-a-cat [47] Written completely in Python, so it is platform independent.
1.0.8 2004-10-31 Sideways completely unexpected deposit [48]
1.1.1 (unstable) 2004-09-27 Rat cake, rat sorbet, rat pudding, or strawberry tart [49]
1.0.7 2004-08-14 Run away! Run away! [50]
1.0.6 2004-08-13 Pink frilly edges [51]
1.0.5 2004-07-31 Weighs the same as a duck [52]
1.1.0 (unstable) 2004-06-16 And now for something completely different [53]
1.0.4 2004-06-15 Say no more! [54]
1.0.3 2004-04-22 'Tis but a scratch! [55]
1.0.2 2004-04-02 Pining for the fjords [56]
1.0.1 2004-02-18 Revenge of Ed Wood [57]
1.0.0 2004-02-11 Stable as a tombstone [58] (Python 1.5.2+, Gnome 1.2+, PyGnome 1.0.53+ / XML ) ??
0.99 2004-01-27 [59]
0.98.0 2003-12-08 Round me off [60]
0.9.5 2003-10-07 Fix me up [61] The current "Fix me up" release is a one-bug-fix release. It corrects the nasty interface problem that slipped into 0.9.4. The bug surfaced after merging/deleting people. No data could be damaged by this bug, but it was inconvenient enough to justify a new release.
0.9.4 2003-09-29 This used to bug me [62]
0.9.3 2003-07-15 [63]
0.9.2 2003-06-01 [64]
0.9.1 2003-04-20 [65]requires GNOME 2.0 or greater
0.9.0 2003-02-16 [66] the first version for GNOME 2
0.8.1 2002-12-01 [67]If your system is running

GNOME 1.4 or earlier, you should use 0.8.1

0.8.0 2002-08-20 [68]
0.7.3 2002-05-06 [69]
0.7.2 2002-03-16 [70]
0.7.1 2002-01-26 [71]
0.7.0 2001-12-24 [72]
0.6.2 2001-11-18 [73]
0.6.1 2001-11-10 [74]
0.6.0 2001-11-09 [75]
0.5.1 2001-09-30 [76]
0.5.0 2001-09-19 [77]first release to include online documentation[78]
0.4.1 2001-08-13 [79]
0.4.0 2001-08-09 [80]
0.3.2 2001-07-06 [81]
0.3.1 2001-06-23 [82]
0.3.0 2001-06-17 [83]
0.2.0 2001-06-03 [84]
0.1.5 2001-05-26 [85]
0.1.4 2001-05-19 [86]First release to support internationalization
0.1.3 2001-05-05 [87]Added support for the ISO-8859-1 character and ANSEL encoding in GEDCOM files.
0.1.2 2001-04-27
0.1.1 2001-04-21 This is the first release of GRAMPS! By Don Allingham (Don originally called the program Relativity before his father suggested the name GRAMPS(Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System))