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From: Don Allingham <dallingham@us...> - 2001-06-24 01:54:20
gramps-0.3.1 has been released. This release is mostly a bug fix. With
the help of several users, the support for Python 2.X (Mandrake, SuSE,
and other releases) should be signficantly better. Python 2.X users will
still need to build from the source tarball. Thanks to John Weeks and
Andreas Guelzow for their patiences and hard work.
A lot of bugs have been eliminated in this release. I'm sure that all of
them are not gone, so keep sending the bug reports.
The German translation has become pretty solid, a lot faster that I had
expected. Thanks to Bernd for all his work.
Those of you with large databases should notice that gramps is almost
twice as fast loading your databases.
Finally, I have added a new report section called "Web Site". This will
eventually replace the "Individual web pages" report. The format is
similar to the Individual Summary page, giving you control over the
fonts and styles, but in addition it generates links to the other pages
that it generates. Try it out, and send back your comments. When it is
good enough, the "Individual web pages" report will go away.
* Improved Web Site generation (changed from Individual Web Pages)
* Faster load times for XML database
* Fixed unicode problems with Python 2.0
* Improved GEDCOM exporter
* Use the GRAMPSDIR environment variable in the shell script to
determine the root path instead of dynamically doing it by
attempting to look at __file__ in const.py
* Added better GEDCOM importing for files generated by Brother's
Keeper and Reunion.