2010/8/31 GL <glsbsc@gmail.com>
On 30/8/2010 10:01, Benny Malengier wrote:


2010/8/29 GL <glsbsc@gmail.com>
 On 29/8/2010 18:14, Doug Blank wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 11:35 AM, GL<glsbsc@gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> Is there a simple way to generate a report restricting birth dates (or other
>> events) on living people, possibly without:
>> - marking all records private,
>> - exporting to a new tree
>> ?
> If the particular report that you are interested in doesn't offer a
> check box for restricting details, then it is not currently possible.
> But we are planning on integrating the Private Proxy functions with
> all of the reports in Gramps 3.3.

OK. In Gramps 2, there was an option in the GEDCOM export to filter
birth dates (without marking people 'living'). Unfortunately this
feature has been removed (at least in version 3.1). I think it would be
nice if it could be reintroduced.

You should use 3.2, installers are available for most distributions and it runs where 3.1 runs.
I have Ubuntu 8.04 and I see that only 3.1 may be installed (probably because of Python problems):
http://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Installation#Ubuntu_and_derivatives

8.04 is no longer supported for desktop use, only for server use. You should upgrade :-).

Benny

Anyway, thanks for the tips about ExportGedcom, which I might try.