Saturday, June 17, 2006

WinPlanner 0.14 released

You can now download version 0.14 of WinPlanner on the sourceforge page: http://winplanner.sourceforge.net/ or http://sourceforge.net/projects/winplanner/

Please report any problems not related to native printing.

Francisco

13 comments:

Chip_McCann said...

I have been using version 0.13-20060213 and loaded version 0.14. The problem I am having is that version 0.14 will not allow me to load a project in the previous version. It brings up the following Microsoft message:

"Imendio Planner for Windows has encountered a problem and needs to close.........."

I have the Windows report if you would like me to send it to you.

erkan gencol said...

After I've installed GTK Runtime I tried to launch Planner and all I got is the Error Window saying; "planner.exe - Entry Point Not Found" "The procedure entry point xmlSaveFileFormatFile To could not be located in the dynamic link library libxml2.dll"

Any ideas?

ps: I've renamed the dll's while installing GTK

Hugoboss said...

Unable to set a ressource on more than one job. Looks like that it only is when job length are greather than work time. Gets an error like

AppName: planner.exe AppVer: 0.14.0.0 ModName: planner.exe
ModVer: 0.14.0.0 Offset: 0004b341

Zigurd Mednieks said...

I just installed Version 0.14. The alignment bug appears to be gone, but I get frequent crashes. The project has about 20 major tasks and 120 total substasks. It crashes when I scroll, and when I collapse the fifth top-level task.

Hassan-Phipps Family said...

Yup also failing for me too. Have emailed you DrWatson and a sample planner file. Have gone back to 0.13-20060213 version.

Jonathan & Karen Ng said...

My project team has just started to use WinPlanner 0.14. While we really like what it offers, we find that there is a major memory leak when one tries to move tasks up and down. On average the program starts out with a memory footprint of about 28Mb and gains about 64Mb each time a task is moved up or down. We find that the program crashes after the system runs out of memory.

Sally Cook said...

Hi, I've just installed winPLanner 0.14 and I find it lovely to use. One challenge I have is constant crashing every time I go to the gantt view. The crashing only started after I assigned resources to some of the tasks. In fact it crashed when trying to assigned resources to tasks in the gantt view. I could assign resources in task view without a problem. Until I wanted to go back to the gantt view. Now I can't open in gantt view at all. Is there a fix available? Cheers Sally, Brisbane Australia

Sally Cook said...

Hi, I've just installed winPLanner 0.14 and I find it lovely to use. One challenge I have is constant crashing every time I go to the gantt view. The crashing only started after I assigned resources to some of the tasks. In fact it crashed when trying to assigned resources to tasks in the gantt view. I could assign resources in task view without a problem. Until I wanted to go back to the gantt view. Now I can't open in gantt view at all. Is there a fix available? Cheers Sally, Brisbane Australia

Neil said...

I have Planner 0.14 on windows XP SP 2. It is crashing when I change a linked critical task to fixed duration and view it in Gantt. It is OK if I unlink it before I change it to fixed duration - re-linking it afterwards.

Neil said...

nah - still crashes - just not straight away.

Thomas said...

@ erkan gencol: I've got the same problem. I fixed it by downloading a newer version of libxml2.dll (download) and replacing the existing file in Windows' system32-folder.

Scott said...

Have loaded the latest release of GIMP which appears to be the only method to easily install the GTK+ runtime environment. GIMP runs fine but when I try to install PLANNER I get the error message stating I need to either install GTK+ or get the latest version.

Would appreciate instructions on how to solve this problem. I suspect I'm doing something wrong. Running Windows XP.

Thank you for the nice program.

Scott Carson
scottcarson@austin.rr.com

Scott said...

Have loaded the latest release of GIMP which appears to be the only method to easily install the GTK+ runtime environment. GIMP runs fine but when I try to install PLANNER I get the error message stating I need to either install GTK+ or get the latest version.

Would appreciate instructions on how to solve this problem. I suspect I'm doing something wrong. Running Windows XP.

Thank you for the nice program.

Scott Carson
scottcarson@austin.rr.com