TaskJuggler 3.3.0 has been released

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Chris Schlaeger

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Jul 24, 2012, 2:30:01 PM7/24/12
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Hello Everybody!

With this release, TaskJuggler gains more interoperability with other project management tools. You can now export your scheduled projects in Microsoft Project XML format. This new feature, together with the already existing export capabilities to Computer Associates Clarity makes TaskJuggler a first-class peer in the enterprise. This release also features a number of speed improvements.

Here is the list of all the new features:
  • Support 'purge' in export report definitions.
  • Allow 'export' to be used as nested report.
  • Export scheduled project as Microsoft Project XML format.
  • Some speed improvements of the TJP parser.
  • Support nested macro definitions.
  • Improved scheduling performance.
  • 'effortleft' and 'effortdone' columns now work for resources as well.
  • Adding 'status_dep' and 'alerts_dep' journalmode options.
Please see the change log for a complete list of new features and bug fixes.

Installation

To install TaskJuggler, see the installation instructions.

In case you find a bug, please follow the steps described in the manual.

Developers and other folks that want to contribute are encouraged to check
out our Git repository.

All users of earlier versions are encouraged to upgrade to this release at their earliest convenience!

More Information

TaskJuggler is a modern and powerful, Free and Open Source Software project
management tool. Its new approach to project planing and tracking is more
flexible and superior to the commonly used Gantt chart editing tools.

TaskJuggler is project management software for serious project managers. It
covers the complete spectrum of project management tasks from the first
idea to the completion of the project. It assists you during project
scoping, resource assignment, cost and revenue planing, risk and
communication management.

TaskJuggler provides an optimizing scheduler that computes your project
time lines and resource assignments based on the project outline and the
constraints that you have provided. The built-in resource balancer and
consistency checker offload you from having to worry about irrelevant
details and ring the alarm if the project gets out of hand. The flexible
as-many-details-as-necessary approach allows you to plan your project as
you go, making it also ideal for new management strategies such as Extreme
Programming and Agile Project Management.

TaskJuggler is a Ruby application that runs on Linux, Unix-like systems, Windows and MacOS.
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