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Release Digest: GNOME, June 24, 2002

Jun 25, 2002, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])

MrProject 0.5.93

MrProject 0.5.93 - the "Waiting for G2" release

This release of MrProject have support for scheduling with regards to
weekends/non working hours. Currently this is hard coded to five days
working weeks with each day being 8 hours of work. We will later add
support for creating custom calendars. It also have had some nice
sexiness added to it with 3d-looking Gantt bars. Together with this
several minor UI issues have been fixed.

What is MrProject anyway? 

MrProject is a project management application under development, that
will help build project plans and track the progress of a project.

The development of MrProject is led by CodeFactory as a free software
project, and all code is licensed under the GNU General Public

More information is available at our pretty out-of-date homepage:

Sounds interesting, where do you keep them?

- "Them what?"
- "The screenshots?"
- "Ah, of course, look at"

Ok, I really want to test, where do I get it?

We have splitted up MrProject into two packages, libmrproject and

You can download the packages from:

Hmm, it looks nice and everything, but...

Ok, ok, we understand, you want to file bugs and feature
requests. Currently this is done at:

  The MrProject Team.
Mikael Hallendal      
CodeFactory AB        
Office: +46 (0)8 587 583 05     Cell: +46 (0)709 718 918

Gnumeric 1.0.8

Gnumeric 1.0.8 'Ding Dong the Bug is Dead' is now available.

    This is a medium priority bug fix release, new development is being done in
    version 1.1.x based on gnome2.

* Patches

        * Don't crash on xls import if locale is confused.
        YAY!! I was finally able to replicate this.  We were not handling
        setlocale returning NULL when a user was using a bogus locale.
        * COUNT should only count ints and floats not bools

        * Add Drachma to EURO (If you use our code please _report_ errors)

        * Support implicit conversion from string -> number in scalar graphs.

    Andreas and Morten:
        * make value_as_string as smarter when handling ValueError.

* Availability