Projects / happydigger


Happydigger is a program which can be used for cataloging archaeological finds. It is intended both for semi-professional use and by amateurs (e.g. metal detector users) who want to keep track of their finds. Data is stored in a database with extensive find and findspot details. If images are available, they will be displayed together with the find information.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Oct 2007 20:05

    Release Notes: This release fixes compilation issues with GTK+ 2.12.0. This version is needed to compile happydigger. Because of this, only the source code is distributed. There are no added features or other changes.

    •  17 May 2007 12:01

      Release Notes: This is a translation update for French and Swedish. The German language has been added.

      •  01 May 2007 10:00

        Release Notes: This release adds printing support. It is now possible to create Web pages from the available records. There were several bugfixes. A Windows binary is now distributed.

        •  10 Feb 2006 10:19

          Release Notes: Tagalog and Swedish translations were added.

          •  23 Aug 2005 13:01

            Release Notes: Happydigger has migrated to version 3 of SQLite, which provides much smaller databases. Additional tables can now be created for storing information. Image display has been improved.


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