Release Notes: A bug with nautilus behavior when clicking on a planner file was fixed. A bug where guide lines are painted behind a project start date rather than on top was fixed. -Wno-return-type was added to allow compiling with a database enabled patch. Arabic support was added. A crash in gantt view was fixed.
Release Notes: This release features FF and SF predecessors, simple priority scheduling, the ability to view non-standard working/non-working days, Resource Usage view canvas interactivity. and Gantt chart misalignment with the tree view. In summary tasks, work now equals the sum of child tasks. The effects of resource assignments on summary tasks were eliminated. The user guide was updated.
Release Notes: This release adds better performance and correctness of the task scheduler, improved printing, a simple MS Project XML import filter, and support for remote databases. There are many new and updated translations.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release from the stable branch of Planner. Several small bugs have been fixed, including a problem with assigning resources and printing problems when using older versions of GNOME. Last but not least, the translations have been updated.
Release Notes: This release contains many improvements and fixes, where the most noticeable changes are the addition of undo/redo support and a new view that displays resource usage.
Release Notes: This release comes with an updated user guide and a slew of small bugfixes, including fixing critical path highlighting, resource links, and better theme compliance.
Release Notes: Printing of tasks, resources, and the Gantt chart was added. Resources can now be assigned to tasks by units, and tasks can use a new fixed duration mode. Also added were custom properties for resources and projects, along with the usual amount of updated translations.
Release Notes: Calendar and working time management was added, along with milestone tasks, critical path highlighting, support for project phases, and a "recent files" feature. Translations were updated accordingly.
Release Notes: A user guide was added, as well as support for resource notes, and speed input dialogs for tasks and resources. The usual amount of small bugfixes is also included.
Release Notes: This is the first stable version for GNOME 2. Changes include a new task view, work-based scheduling, non-working time, and custom task properties.