GanttProject 2.6.6 / 2.7 RC2
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What's new in GanttProject 2.6.3:
- GanttProject 2.6.3 a maintenance update of Brno release branch was published a couple of days ago and is available for download.
- There is a lot of translations updates, thanks to our awesome translation volunteers and Crowdin translation service! GanttProject 2.6.3 is completely or almost completely translated to 25 languages. Worth noticing that we internationalized Sortavala PDF export theme, so now you'll be able to send a report with Tâches instead of Tasks in the task list to your French-speaking partners, and print the name of Encargado do proxecto instead of Project manager for those who speak Gallegan.
- There is a couple of important bugfixes, specifically, we fixed a few CSV and MS Project import/export problems and these annoying ghost remnants of collapsed tasks.
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- GPL v3
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- ROOT \ Office \ Scheduling
Lets users break down projects into tasks
With this application you will be able to break down a project into tasks, draw dependencies constraints between multiple tasks, define milestones, as well as to manage various resources. Tasks may have cost, priority, fill pattern, color, text notes, and user-defined custom fields.
In addition, it also allows you to assign human resources to work on tasks, to generate PERT charts straight from the Gantt chart for read-only view, to save charts as PNG images, to generate HTML and PDF reports, and to use other types of constraints or add lags.
Another interesting feature is the ability to use a work breakdown structure for organizing tasks. A hierarchical tree can be used to show costs, progress and dates of lower level tasks. Furthermore, you can hide unimportant tasks by collapsing summary tasks, or to compare the state of the current project with previous plans by creating baselines.
Works on GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X
Taking a look under the hood of the GanttProject software, we can notice that it has been written entirely in the Java programming language and that it uses the Java Swing technology for its graphical user interface (GUI). The software is translated into more than 20 languages.
Being written in Java means that the project is platform-independent, supported on any OSes where the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is available, including all GNU/Linux distributions, as well as the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. It has been successfully tested on 32-bit and 64-bit computers.
GanttProject was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 3rd, 2015