|TaskJuggler 0.2.2 has been released||Chris Schlaeger||9/14/11 12:57 AM|
Hi TaskJuggler Users!I'm happy to announce the immediate availability of TaskJuggler 0.2.2. This release may very likely be the last beta release before we make the big switch to TaskJuggler 3.0!
* Check all input files for encoding errors. * Adding Fedora 20 schedule as an example. * Deprecating old journal columns. * Making journal reports more configureable. * Add --html option for tj3man to show help in browser. * More elaborate explanation of the reported 'complete' values. * 'purge' is now supported in reports * Eliminate the need to set TASKJUGGLER_DATA_PATH when installed from gem. * Improved debugging output for --debuglevel and --debugmodules option. * Using a standard gemspec file to build the gem package.
* Use stricter encoding checks for incoming emails. * Don't report unset min/max start/end dates as errors in reports. * <-query attribute="journal'-> now also works without a property context. * Don't crash when 'scenario' is used with 'icalreport'. * Propagate dates from scheduled tasks to dependencies with effort. * Be less agressive when inheriting project start and end dates. * Don't crash when tasks don't fit the project time frame. * Correct 'effort must be larger than 0' error message.
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