GanttProject 2.0.10 is finally here. It is a relatively big update which fixes a few important bugs (e.g. it makes "Critical Path" feature working), adds an option to create rubber dependencies by default and adds an experimental iText-based PDF export.
Installer for Windows, package for Mac OSX, platform-independent ZIP archive and source code are available on our downloads page on Google Code Hosting. Web Start edition and other updates will follow soon.
Enjoy the new GanttProject!
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Just in case if you didn't know what rubber dependencies are: when two tasks are linked with, say, Finish-Start dependency, then you have two options of how moving a predecessor task affects a successor task:
- If your dependency is Strong then successor's start date will always be the same as predecessor's end date, provided that there are no other constraints. When you move the predecessor, no matter backward or forward, the successor will also move in the same direction. You may think that your tasks are linked with a metal pipe.
- If you have a Rubber dependency then the successor will not move unless it really has to. In particular, it will not move backward in the time if predecessor moves backwards. You may think that this link is a rubber band.
Saturday, September 5, 2009
The third build of GantProject 2.0.10 fixes a few bugs, including numerous critical path problems, and improves iText export output and the UI of the export wizard. Give it a try, report any regression problems. It is a release candidate build which I plan to release in a few days.