OpenSched is used to automatically schedule resources for a project. For instance, if 5 programmers cooperate on a software development project, and 100 tasks must be done, opensched can capture information about who can do what, what tasks depend on which, etc.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: The monthly_* commands have been replaced with XSL transformations.
Release Notes: This version offers a better experience for users who want to modify the output, since they can hack XSLT instead of hacking the C code. Actually, only a few commands have been replaced by XSLT transformations: texreport, txtreport, htmlreport, weekly_txt, weekly_tex, and weekly_html.
Release Notes: The Debian bugs #219437 and #214539 (doc) have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version improves compilation with gcc 3.3.
Release Notes: This release contains some new properties to control the Gantt graph. It is now possible to show past days (with a progression bar) and show vacation days.