2010/11/21 Jérôme <romjerome@yahoo.fr>

Try "Unmarried" ?

see gen/lib/familyreltype.py


Thank you Jérôme.
I think I understand the functioning of couples in Gramps software .
In fact, any couple is considered married (Gedcom tag : MARR).
In interpreting the GEDCOM format, I thought that the unmarried were coded as an event (Gedcom tag : EVEN).

0 @F1087@ FAM
1 HUSB @I1817@
1 WIFE @I1800@
1 MARR Y             --> Stange !
2 TYPE Civil Union --> for PACS
1 NCHI 0

0 @F1088@ FAM
1 HUSB @I1821@
1 WIFE @I1824@
1 MARR Y             --> Stange !
2 TYPE Unmarried --> for Common-law couples
1 NCHI 0

It is the only way I found to correspond with the form "Family", "Relationship Information" / "Type".

Anyone can confirm?



2010/11/22 Benny Malengier <benny.malengier@gmail.com>

Jerome, this is the gramps _users_ list. Try to avoid speaking with code, users want to do genealogy, not program.


Sorry if I do not use the correct mailing list.