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
Major changes since 1.18:
* Simplified main window.
* Glom can now store and display PDFs:
It can store any file format, though it can only display images and PDFs.
* Print Layout: Major overhaul with improved UI and new functionality.
* Related Records: Allow the developer to specify how many rows to show.
* Choice drop-downs can show more than 2 fields.
* Choice drop-down fields are aligned.
* Choice drop-downs can show related fields:
http://www.murrayc.com/blog/permalink/2010/10/07/glom-choice-drop-downs-can-show-related-fields* List columns have sensible widths.
Changes since 1.19.19:
* Details view:
– Default to left-alignment for numeric fields,
but default to right-alignment in the list view and in related
– Move the checkbutton titles to the left.
– Make the Calendar portal work again. Bug #663310
* List view: Stop unnecessary saving of column widths.
* List view and Related Records: Disable buttons when appropriate.
Bug #663812 (André Klapper)
* libglom: Added ConnectionPool::set_fake_connection().
* Escape database connection details properly.
* Correctly escape and quote options when spawning tar or postgres.
* Build: Use the new Gnome::Gda::Numeric API.
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