Release Notes: This release is mostly a bugfix release. It addresses, among other less serious issues, two scheduling related bugs that caused larger project durations in certain situations. The scheduler has been improved to fix this problem.
Release Notes: This release features noticeable speed improvements and a number of new features. Additionally, several bugs have been fixed. All users are recommended to upgrade to this release.
Release Notes: Scheduling performance should be greatly enhanced.
Release Notes: This release features some drastic speed improvements for certain types of projects and a number of new features. Numerous bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release focuses on bugfixes, speed improvements, and some usability enhancements. Only a few features have been added. All users of earlier versions are encouraged to upgrade to this latest release.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix and speed improvement release. A small number of new features and enhancements are included as well.
Release Notes: Since the release of TaskJuggler 2.2.0, numerous small to medium improvements and bugfixes were made. Together, these changes constitute a major step forward in terms of usability, reliability, and performance. Users of previous versions are highly encouraged to upgrade to this release.
Release Notes: This release features a much improved ICal file support, more flexible calendar generation, improved critical path visualization, and numerous bugfixes. All users of 2.2.0 and earlier versions are encouraged to upgrade now.
Release Notes: The two different approaches for a graphical user interface have been taken and combined into one fully integrated GUI. This new graphical user interface offers easy access to all TaskJuggler features and now supports native, high quality report printing. As usual, this release also comes with numerous other improvements and some critical bugfixes. All current TaskJuggler users are encouraged to upgrade to this version.
Release Notes: The two graphical front-ends that have been present in earlier TaskJuggler releases have been merged into one new front-end, called TaskJugglerUI. This was done to avoid name clashes on Windows/Cygwin. The TaskJuggler user interface now supports printing of high-quality task and resource reports. Major usability improvements were made for the GUI. The GUI now supports multiple project templates. By pressing CTRL+D, the user can insert or change a date using the comfortable date picker widget. The GUI editor now supports search and replace over all files.