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GRAMPS

Gramps (formerly GRAMPS), an acronym for Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System, is Free and open source genealogy software. Gramps is programmed in Python using PyGTK. It uses Graphviz to create relationship graphs.

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GRAMPS - History
... Selected release history GRAMPS 1.0.0 "Stable as a Tombstone" released - February 11, 2004 - Used XML to store all information ... GRAMPS 2.0.0 "The Bright Side of Life" released - May 5, 2005 - Introduction of the Berkeley database backend ... GRAMPS 2.2.1 "One, two, five!" released - October 30, 2006 - Originally only available for Unix-like operating systems, with this release GRAMPS became available for Windows ...
George Miller (Lassie)
... George "Gramps" Miller is a fictional character in the long-running television series, Lassie ... "Gramps" is a gruff, cranky man who nevertheless has a kind and loving nature ... "Gramps" interpreter George Cleveland died in the show's fourth season on July 17, 1957 ...
Tass Times In Tonetown - Plot
... narrative begins with the player character inside a cabin belonging to "Gramps", a relative and inventor who has gone missing ... While searching the cabin, the player activates one of Gramps' latest inventions a device that resembles an electronically powered hoop ... Gramps' pet dog, Spot, jumps through the active hoop and disappears ...
Tomorrow And Tomorrow And Tomorrow (short Story) - Plot
... The Schwartz family, headed by 172-year-old Harold ("Gramps"), lives in a three-room New York City apartment located in what once was southern Connecticut ... Gramps' grandson Louis, his wife Emerald, and 22 other descendants are crowded into the space, perpetually jockeying for Gramps' favor ... Gramps gets the best food and the only private bedroom, and controls everyone's life by constantly revising his will to disinherit anyone who earns his dislike ...
Hammerman - Synopsis
... He frequently gets advice from his "Gramps", who was a former owner of the shoes and was known as Soulman ... Back in the 1960s and 1970s, Gramps (real name unrevealed) was the superhero Soulman, but as he grew older, he grew weaker and was forced to retire ... Gramps and his granddaughter Jodie traveled to find the next new superhero ...