duty-roaster-0.0.81
Posted on: 09/02/2005 05:36 AM

duty-roaster-0.0.81 has been released:

Duty Roaster is a program for managing and generating duty rotas in a userfriendly way licenced under the GPL. You can obtain it from http://sourceforge.net/projects/duty-roaster.

Changes:
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- Fixed a bug which caused the program to terminate when assigning an external shifts which intersects two different days.

- Fixed a bug which caused the program to terminate if the user tries to open the 'Shift preferneces window', if a shift has been defined after there are allready some workers.

- Fixed a bug in the 'Requirements window' which caused the program to terminate under certain conditions.

Remarks:
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- If you want to experiment with translations, watch out for
~/lang.txt if you are working under linux
PROGRAMM_PATH\\lang.txt if you are working under win32.
Open lang.txt with a text editor, add your translations and restart
the program. Open Misc-gt ;(Translation Log) to check if your
modifications were accepted. Make sure that the files are encoded as
UTF-8, rather than ASCII, ISO-8859, or others.

- A gentoo ebuild for the new version will be available soon on the
project's homepage on sourceforge.

Dependencies:
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- gtkmm-2.6.2 [http://www.gtkmm.org] or higher. 2.4.x will not work !

- boost-1.32.0 [http://www.boost.org/] with thread support enabled
(gentoo users should emerge boost with the 'threads' useflag).

- sqlite-3.2.x [http://www.sqlite.org/].

Planned for 0.0.90:
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- Make it possible to enter negative payed values for extraordinary
shifts.

- Overhours on public holidays should be treated differently.

- The user should be able to modify payed durations of allready
assignid shifts manually.

Thanks:
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- My brother Joseph Lehner for implementig the export to html function
and the translation module.

- BALANCE [http://www.balance.at/], an association for physically
handicappedd people for funding this project.

- All the others from the open source community for their great work
which made this project possible.


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