Release Notes: This release addresses all of the user reported bugs and most of the feature request received over the past 6 months. New features include more report columns, scheduler improvements, and general performance optimizations for large projects.
Release Notes: In addition to the existing CA Clarity support, TaskJuggler now supports the export of fully scheduled projects in Microsoft Project XML format. This release also features a series of performance improvements.
Release Notes: A new report type to track values over time has been added. This can be used e.g. to generate burndown charts for your Scrum project or simply track any task or resource attribute over time. The data is stored as a CSV report and can be exported to other CSV aware applications.
Release Notes: This release features new account reports, comprehensive leave management, and the ability to use TaskJuggler as a To-do list manager. All user-reported bugs for the previous release have been fixed.
Release Notes: After five years of active development to rewrite TaskJuggler 2.x from scratch, the authors have reached a stable version again. It features much-improved planning features, new HTML reports, a built-in Web server, and a time sheet automation framework. It now runs on Linux, Unix-likes systems, Windows, and MacOS X.
Release Notes: The formatting options for journals have been greatly improved. Blog-style reports of project progress and status are now possible. The Fedora-20 project plan was included as an example project for Open Source project release management.
Release Notes: This release features a 3 to 5 times performance improvement of the project scheduler. It also provides full integration with the Vim text editor. Additionally, all user reported bugs have been fixed in this release.
Release Notes: TaskJuggler III has now entered the beta phase. It's considered stable enough for production trials. This release fixes several reported bugs and features a new project freeze feature. This greatly simplifies the process of freezing the actual past so that changes to the plan only affect the future of the project.
Release Notes: tj3man now works with partial keywords. Reports can be generated for specific time zones. All reported crashes and bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The format used for report columns with list items can now be configured. The daemon and Web server APIs have been cleaned up. Clarity uploads for actual data now can contain free-time and vacation information. Numerous user-reported bugs and some crashes have been fixed.