Project Release Information
The cookie system has been modified to allow for a more dynamic user experience. A simple counter and a simple guestbook are included.
Support for SQLite, which will aid people who have no access to an SQL engine. SQLite requires no DB engine to run, as it is built off gdbm.
All of the SQL calls have been centralized to a single class, preparing the road for future support of other database types.
This release fixes an import bug that occurred when dealing with
gedcom version 5.5 files, moves the code to a more object orientated
style to work more comfortably with modperl, and adds minor speed
This release adds a bitwise permission scheme for anonymous users.
Web Gedcom Viewer is a full Web-based Gedcom viewer that uses MySQL or SQLite on the backend and Perl as the frontend with templates for easy HTML manipulation. Gedcom files are in the standard format exported by family tree/genealogy applications such as Family Tree Maker or Personal Ancestory File. Plugging in different SQL types is a breeze, as all of the SQL statements are centralized to a single pm.