Gramps (Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System) is an open source graphical application that can be used for genealogical tasks and genealogical inquiries.
Gramps allows users to edit, store and research genealogical data quickly and easily. It features gramplets, people, relationships, families, pedigree, ancestry, events, places, geography, sources, citations, repositories, media, and notes.
It is the number one Linux solution for analyzing and organizing your family's history. With Gramps, you will be able to record as many details of an individual’s life as possible.
At the moment, Gramps is translated in over 30 languages and it is available on major Linux operating systems, including Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, and openSUSE.
- Citation merge works better for all objects with citations
- Fixed citations attached to family events
- Fixed several crashes, hangs, and data corruption scenarios
- Fixed bugs in determining whether a person is alive, potentially resolving private data leak via export or report
- VCF export/import now support gender information
- Several bugs with filtering fixed, most filters now support regular expressions
- Fixed bug in Hebrew calendar date calculations
- Fix some regressions on GEDCOM file format export and enhancement on CONT/CONC handling
- Multiple fixes and improvements on gramplets
- Multiple fixes in the narrated website and web calendar reports
- Enhancements on date and calendar
- Some fixes and improvements of the webapp
- Fix on Database Differences module
- Enhancements of the citation tree view (Sources category)
- For add-on developers: improvements in User class interface
- Polish and consistency on Gramps XML export
- Bump XML schema to 1.5.1
- Fixed several long-standing problems with report gen...