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LifeLines

LifeLines is a genealogical software system for UNIX and related systems. It allows you to store any kind and any amount of genealogy data in a LifeLines database, and you can process and generate output based on that data in any way and in any format.

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  •  01 Oct 2002 20:53

    Release Notes: Locale initialization has been fixed.

    •  22 Sep 2000 04:21

      Release Notes: An i386 RPM is now available, and the user manual is available in atext, PostScript, PDF, HTML, and iSilo palmpilot format.

      •  07 Jan 2000 06:26

        Release Notes: A merge with unofficial 3.0.3beta2 sources, autoconfigure support (known to fail on Solaris), and a program name change to "llines" (instead of "lines").

        •  06 Jan 2000 16:54

          Release Notes: LifeLines has been re-released under an MIT-style license.

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