With Glom you can design table definitions and the relationships between
them, plus arrange the fields on the screen. You can edit and search the
data in those tables, and specify field values in terms of other fields.
It’s as easy as it should be.
More information and screenshots are at
Glom 1.13 will become stable Glom 1.14, around the time that GNOME 2.30
is released. It adds some minor features.
Changes since glom 1.13.3
– Align widgets in neighbouring groups, making things look generally neater.
– Do not make field widgets too wide, so this fits on a laptop screen.
* Python scripts: Added ui.print_layout(), ui.print_report(report_name),
and ui.start_new_record() methods.
* Fix the build with exceptions disabled.
(Peter Penz )
* Avoid a crash when a script navigates from a list view to another table.
Maybe avoid similar warnings/crashes when doing normal navigation.
* Python scripts:
– Fields value may now be changed like so:
record[“fieldname”] = 123
– Simple navigation is posible via, for instance:
where 10 is the value of the primary key in the table.
* Avoid showing %20 in the window title.
Noticed by Daniel Borgmann.
* Python functions: Fix some regressions since the switch to boost::python.
* Disable broken unit tests to fix make distcheck.
* libglom: Fix build issue for Maemo.
* Glom now depends on boost::python.
This release is to give disto packagers a chance to cope with that.
* Fix Maemo build errors
(This fix is also in glom 1.2. The boost::python dependency will make
building of 1.13/14 on Maemo almost impossible.
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