That is it at last! The final alpha version. The next version I release, in less than 90 days from now, will hopefully be the first beta version. Until then I’ll be working on getting the initial set of features finished off and then during the beta phase I’ll turn Behold into a final polished product.
This version was significant for Behold, because I’ve finally completed Behold’s extended GEDCOM data structure. It is designed to handle any GEDCOM file produced by any genealogy program. It is also flexible enough to handle most other forms of family databases - once I write the interface to load that data. This version’s amazing speed improvement is also notable.
I’m going to take about a week to get reorganized and prepare for the final set of tasks to do. As always, I maintain those for everyone to see on my Future Plans page. Then back to it!