After more than a year, GenealogyJ (GenJ) has been updated to version 2.4. GenealogyJ is a cross-platform genealogy application written in Java.
GenealogyJ is a viewer and editor for genealogic data, suitable for hobbyist, family historian and genealogy researcher. GenJ supports the Gedcom standard, is written in Java and offers many views like family tree, table, timeline, geography and more.
Download it from here if you are curious.
If you are curious about running GRAMPS under Mac OS X 10.4 (aka Tiger), over on the GRAMPS blog, they have posted an article about what you need to do.
GRAMPS 2.0.6 is now out. GRAMPS is a genealogy program for Linux and other UNIX-like systems. The GRAMPS name stands for Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System. GRAMPS helps you track your family tree. It allows you to store, … Continue reading
Nisus Writer Express 2.5 public beta has been released.This new version adds significant new features such as right to left input (for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew), bullets and numbering, support for LinkBack, an improved style sheet navigator, and … Continue reading
GenealogyJ has been updated to version 2.3.2. This is mainly a maintenance release. GenealogyJ (GenJ in short) is a full-featured standalone Java application that can handle all of your genealogic information (GEDCOM compliant). It provides different graphical components for working … Continue reading
GeneaPro’s latest alpha has been released. Note: This is still in the early design stages. GeneaPro is a Genealogical Database application, and will have a complete feature set similar to high-end commercial packages. In addition to providing a high quality … Continue reading