GEDCOM Viewer is a Java-based application that allows you to directly browse the contents of a GEDCOM file. As a Java application, it will run on any system that supports Java, including Windows, Mac, and Unix-like systems. It currently has the following features:
Lots of people have asked me: "Do you have a program to convert HTML to GEDCOM", and I have has to say no -- until now! I am pretty well set up at this point to extend HTML Import Add-on to handle additional HTML formats, so if you have HTML pages produced by a particular generator that is in common use but not already handled by HTML Import Add-on and you want to convert them back to GEDCOM, then contact me and I might be willing to implement support for your particular format.
Further features are planned for the future.
GEDCOM Viewer, HTML Export Add-on, and HTML Import Add-on are currently available for download and free demonstration for 14 days. After the demonstration period, purchased licenses are required to continue using GEDCOM Viewer and HTML Export Add-on. As I don't yet consider HTML Import Add-on to be "industrial strength", it is currently available under renewable demonstration status if you have a licensed copy of GEDCOM Viewer.
There is no obligation involved in downloading and trying these
products for the demonstration period. If you are interested
in continuing to use them after the demonstration period,
you can purchase licenses online, using screens provided by
Gedcom Viewer for this purpose.
Purchases are handled by
this web page.
To run GEDCOM Viewer requires that you have Java Runtime Environment 1.5.0 or better installed on your computer. If the Java installation on your computer is not up-to-date, then use this link to get a free download of the latest version of the JRE, Standard Edition from Sun Microsystems.Copyright © 2009 Eugene W. Stark. All rights reserved.