GWintree is a GEDCOM-based genealogy program. It provides facilities to record, view, edit, and merge genealogy data, and to produce genealogy charts, family trees, and reports in a range of formats, including HTML. Charts can show all relatives, ancestors only, or descendants only. HTML charts allow you to click on a person in your HTML report to see where they are on the chart. Automatic matching and merging of genealogy data between files is supported.
|Tags||Genealogy family gedcom|
|Operating Systems||Linux Mac OS X|
Release Notes: Handling of notes and sources has been improved, with new options made available. Popup windows have been implemented to allow easier editing of large notes. Source citations can now be added without the need first to create a source record. Support for NICK and AGE tags has been added. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: New compact descendant and ancestor reports have been added. Lists of matched data obtained when comparing two gedcom sources can now be saved to file. Several bugs have been fixed, including faulty output in PDF and other formats caused by the use of commas as decimal separators in some locales. Several dependencies have been eliminated, helping installation on 64-bit platforms.
Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed, internal code revisions have been made, and a new package has been released for Mac OS X. Some dependencies have been eliminated, notably libgnomeui and libgnome (except for the packages for Debian Etch and Solaris).
Release Notes: A potential crash when saving all except "full" charts to any of 9 output formats has been fixed. A further fault preventing display of Silverlight charts has also been fixed. A package for Solaris 10 is now available from the program's Web page.
Release Notes: A new indented descendant report has been added. Improvements have been made to PDF output, including support for UTF-8 and adjustments to text positioning for some common fonts. Some text-wrapping faults have been fixed. Support for multiple source citations in reports has been improved, and support for sources and notes for marriages added. A possible crash after closing a data source and selecting a new one has been fixed.