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CORE Advanced Project Manager

CORE Advanced Project Manager is a Web based tool to manage tasks. It uses PHP4, and PostgreSQL. It was designed for the administration of a LAN party, with more than 100 tasks.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Oct 2002 11:58

    Release Notes: This version fixes the interface table-center misalignment bug and an edit bug.

    •  01 Oct 2002 15:00

      Release Notes: A showstopping project creation bug that caused version 2.0 to fail when creating a new project was fixed.

      •  28 Sep 2002 19:40

        Release Notes: The database layout was greatly improved. Installation and upgrading were improved. Multiple task modes that support deadline-based and time-based tasks were added. Hour time and work tracking throughout projects were added. An incredible amount of bugfixes were made. The code and queries have been made cleaner and better. The help file was improved. Better English texts were written. Interface improvements were made.

        •  01 Jun 2002 15:52

          Release Notes: This release fixes a show-stopper database creation bug.

          •  01 Jun 2002 10:05

            Release Notes: The contacts section was completed and contacts can now be added. Loads of small bugs were fixed, some SQL queries optimized, and all language bugs fixed. A file upload security bug where you could upload and execute a hostile PHP file was fixed, as well as an HTML/CSS attack bug where you could put CSS and HTML into all the database fields.


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