[Planner Dev] Task Contraints
- From: Corey Schuhen <corey_m schuhen net>
- To: planner-dev lists imendio com
- Subject: [Planner Dev] Task Contraints
- Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 20:24:55 +1000
I have looked at using planner for a project of mine and it looks pretty good,
such that it would almost do the job... almost. Good work guys. What I really
need is the other dependancy types to work. From what I can tell the "lag"
option does not work either.
Consequently, I would not mind having a "hack". I have not programmed with
Gnome or GTK before, well actually I did write a small GTK app about 4 years
ago but I have well and truly forgotten all about that. I tried to have a
poke around and did not get very far.
I have read the "getting-started-hacking.xml" document. B.t.w. how do I
convert this into a more redable format? or view it? I expected that "make"
would generate a html or pdf from the xml.
I was hoping that somebody could give me some pointers and a rough overview on
how the code fits togeather. Maybe even tell me which modules/classes do the
work that I will need to change.
One thing that I did want to specifically know is, where in code does the
"scheduling" get done. If I create a dependancy, where is the code that
decides where in time this dependant task should get shifted to.
Thanks in advance for any help.
corey_m schuhen net
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