Release Notes: In the interactive CLI, edit, create, delete, finish, unfinished, and move using 'item numbers' were added from the interactive display. 'jump to date' (fuzzy parsed or relative) was added to both the CLI and the GUI. A three month calendar display was added to the CLI. The monthly calendar in the GUI was changed to reflect a change in the 'begin_date'. Various bugs in parsing options were fixed, particularly for the busy view.
Release Notes: This is a major revision with much faster performance, greater flexibility, and simplifications in the user interface and in the data format. Users of earlier versions can upgrade without affecting their existing configuration or data files.
Release Notes: The GUI has been completely redesigned. A new video has been added to the Web site, etm-intro.mov, that introduces the new interface. A new data type, reminder, has also been added. Reminders are similar to events, but do not have durations and can occur more than once each day. An example would be a reminder to take a prescription medication at given intervals during the day. Tasks can have 'period' in minutes as an estimate of the time required to finish a task or a record of the time actually spent for a finished task.
Release Notes: This release expands show options for both agenda and list view to include e) events; a) actions; t) available tasks; f) finished tasks; b) begin task dates; and w) waiting tasks. It adds the ability to set defaults for both in etmrc. It adds display of conflicting events in the graphical display of busy times using a 'conflictchar' that can be set in etmrc. The confirmation dialog has been modified to fix a Windows XP problem.
Release Notes: This release folds the 'waiting for' and 'begin by' items into standard group displays and adds customizable colors to distinguish both from other tasks. It display tasks on the "begin by" date as well as the due date. It fixes a bug in which update_alerts would cancel an in-progress entry. It adds confirmation when exiting while modifying or creating entries.
A python script printing Icarus' messages as the appeared in Deus Ex.
A garbage collector as a replacement for C malloc or C++ new.